New details emerge in 'Puppy Doe' case
QUINCY, Mass. (WHDH) -- 7News has learned new details in the case of a dog, called “Puppy Doe,” found brutally beaten, and left for dead in Quincy. The one-year-old dog’s injuries were so bad she needed to be put down.
Detectives in Quincy have been working the case for weeks and sources told 7News that they have focused on a person of interest in this case.
Detectives have searched for nearly two months trying to find the person responsible for torturing the young pit bull mix. The investigation has led police to Connecticut and person of interest in the case.
Puppy Doe was found in late August abandoned on a quiet side street. X-rays revealed horrific injuries: including broken bones, a crushed spine and stab wounds, all evidence of months of abuse.
Vets decided putting the dog down was most humane thing to do. Since then the community adopted her in memory as their own. Holding a vigil for her wondering who could be responsible for such cruelty.
Detectives from Quincy have been in Connecticut and plan on questioning this man further as they work to solve this case.