Monterey County Animal Care Officials Search For Man Believed to Have Dumped Pitbull From Car - NBC Bay Area

Monterey County Animal Care Officials Search For Man Believed to Have Dumped Pitbull From Car

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    Animal care officials are searching for a man who they say dumped a pitbull out of a car.

    The SPCA for Monterey County has named the animal Horton and say he was pushed out of a newer model, white Kia sedan near 3rd Street and Apple Avenue in Greenfield around 10 a.m. Tuesday.

    Witnesses said that the suspect is a Caucasian man, between 45 and 50 years old, with a shaved or bald head.

    According to the SPCA's Facebook page, Horton is suffering from an untreated skin condition and severe dental disease, and needs medical attention.

    A $1,500 reward is up for grabs in exchange for information on the suspect.

    The Monterey County SPCA can be reached at www.spcamc.org, info@spcamc.org or (831) 373-2631.

     

    Do you recognize this dog? Witnesses saw him dumped from a newer model white Kia sedan near 3rd Street and Apple Avenue...

    Posted by The SPCA for Monterey County on Friday, March 4, 2016

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