Public asked to help ID suspect in death of rescue dog

A Camarillo puppy rescue shelter is providing a $17,000 reward for suggestions that guide to the arrest of a individual in the dying of a single of its canines.

Security footage reveals an individual in a hoodie break into the Paw Works’ Camarillo facility about 2:40 a.m. Thursday regardless of the facility’s elaborate stability procedure, Brittany Vizcarra, the shelter’s director of operations, stated Monday.

As the canine in their crates start out barking loudly at the intruder, the man or woman initially tries to get just one of them out of its cage but provides up after the puppy attempts to chunk him, the footage exhibits. The person then normally takes a second dog, Quite Girl, from its crate and exits the Nice Valley Road facility with the canine about 2:45 a.m., the footage exhibits.

Quite Lady, about 3 yrs aged, was noticed along with Freeway 101 in the Newbury Park place many several hours later on with severe injuries. She experienced evidently been hit by a car, Vizcarra claimed.

A passerby rushed her to the Paw Works Veterinary Hospital in Thousand Oaks at about 9 a.m. Pretty Girl died at the healthcare facility.

“This is just intestine-wrenching,” Vizcarra reported. “I won’t be able to even start to put into words and phrases how that felt, that it really transpired.”