Mutilated dog discovered

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By Lee Einer

The carcass of a mutilated dog was discovered in back of the Vital Arts building at 423 Grand Ave.

The body of the dog was left next to a roll-out garbage can, wrapped in clear plastic. Its jaw was broken, and its achilles tendons had been severed so that it could not run. Its ears, tail and genitals had been cut off. And it had been skinned meticulously. It was found around 2 p.m. Monday.

The only skin or fur left on the dog was that on the paws. The head was skinned completely bare, skin removed even from the area of the mouth, nose and eyes.

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