Suspects Cleared in Dog Dumping Incident

spcaLA seeks information of dog’s whereabouts

Los Angeles, CA – Investigators from Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Los Angeles (spcaLA) have cleared a vehicle and its occupants in a possible dog abandonment incident that occurred on Friday August 3, 2018. The case is on-going, and spcaLA officers continue to seek information related to the dog.

“The car has been located, the occupants and third-party eye witnesses have been interviewed, and the car and those occupants have been cleared,” said Captain Cesar Perea, Director of Animal Cruelty Investigations.

A small brown-and-white dog, possibly a Terrier mix, was last seen on the 101 Freeway approximately 2:35 p.m. on the northbound 101 Freeway between Melrose Avenue and Santa Monica Boulevard.

Anyone with information is urged to contact the spcaLA Animal Cruelty Tipline at (800) 540-SPCA (7722) or online animal cruelty reporting form at www.spcaLA.com.