‘Serial Dog Killer’ Caught On CCTV Stabbing Puppies

Two animal rights NGOs have declared a reward of Rs 1 lakh for tracing a man who had allegedly stabbed and hacked a puppy to death near the Green Park Metro station in New Delhi. He had also stabbed four more dogs on the same day but they survived. A CCTV camera of the Metro and a jewellery shop’s camera have captured the attack while shopkeepers near the station have filed an FIR against the unidentified man at the Hauz Khas police station. The shopkeepers, who informed Fauna Police and Humane Society India (HSI), got the injured dogs treated at a veterinary clinic. Some stray dogs were also attacked at Gautam Nagar. Fauna Police volunteers suspect the same person was involved in it. The footage shows the man first luring the dogs with bones. “When the dogs came to him, he took out a knife and stabbed them violently. He then picked up a pup and stabbed it seven to eight times till it was nearly cut into two and threw it towards the wall,” said Gaurav Wadhwa, the owner of a bike store who was informed by a parantha seller. N G Jayasimha, managing director of Humane Society India, said, “Such a barbaric man is nothing but a threat to the society.” Shreya Paropkari, its cruelty response manager, said, “Studies show a correlation between animal cruelty and all other crimes.” Both NGOs and shopkeepers are working closely with police to nab the accused. Anybody with information is requested to call Fauna Police at 9212111116.

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