AN INVESTIGATION has been launched after the body of a greyhound was found dumped in a bin.
The RSPCA is looking for witnesses after the body was found on February 23 in a dustbin on Arlington Way in Thetford.
The dog was named Kerry and was described as being five-years-old, with a black and white coat.
RSPCA Inspector Nicola Thorne said: “This dog was just skin and bone - it was horrifying, she was so emaciated.
“I would appeal to anyone who has any information regarding this dog, or may know her last known address.
“I am particularly interested to hear from anyone in the St Mary’s Crescent or Bury Road area of Thetford.”
The dog was found wrapped in a curtain and a bed sheet.
The bin it was in was not owned by an address in Arlington Way.