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£500 to catch those responsible for leaving dog to die in Wisbech

A retired March business man has stumped up a £500 reward to help catch those responsible for dumping a dog and leaving it to die in an isolated spot in Wisbech.

The anonymous benefactor, said he had contacted the RSPCA to offer the financial incentive to anyone with information about the dog, which was found dead, tethered to a kennel dumped behind a warehouse on farmland near the Wisbech Carpet Warehouse off Lynn Road, on Sunday January 26.

The animal charity has appealed for information to catch those responsible for abandoning the dog, a female Yorkshire terrier, who was aged between five and seven years old, to die.

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