- Nebraska, USA -
On Friday, April 3, Lincoln Crime Stoppers released photos from surveillance cameras of a car wash at 26th and Randolph.
The images refer to an animal cruelty case that happened on March 9.
Someone found a puppy abandoned inside the car wash stall.
Police said the images of the suspect and the suspect's vehicle were taken in the early morning hours.
Although the poor puppy was in blankets, he was shaking and cold when Lincoln Animal Control arrived.
Investigators reviewed surveillance video and determined that the suspect was driving a gold Chevy Traverse with expired in-transit plates.
The plates appear to have the date 10/25/19.
Investigators believe the suspect may be a black woman.
The four-month-old puppy was checked out by a veterinarian and was found in good health.
After being put up for adoption at the Capital Humane Society, he found his furever home in a couple of days.
Lincoln Police need the public’s assistance to find this despicable woman who callously dumped a helpless dog on a rainy and cold day.
It doesn’t matter that the furbaby had a happy ending, he still deserves justice, and the female who did not care enough to take him to an animal shelter needs to be severely punished.
Anyone who has information related to this case can submit tips to:
Lincoln Animal Control: 402-441-7900
Lincoln Crime Stoppers: 402-475-3600
Lincoln Police Department: 402-441-6000
*Voice For Us believes that not reporting animal cruelty is the same as committing it!*