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19 May 2012

The RSPCA is continuing to investigate the dumping of three puppies in a bin at Bolivar

yesterday.

RSPCA (SA) Chief Inspector Simon Richards says the sole survivor - a male about six weeks old -

is responding to treatment.

"The puppy has been put on antibiotics and has started eating which is a very good sign," he said.

"But he still has a long road ahead, and it will be some time before he will be in a position to be

rehomed."

The RSPCA has viewed security vision, which unfortunately has not helped to identify the culprit.

However, the time of the offence has been narrowed down to between 6.30am and 7.30am.

"We are appealing for anyone who was near the Caltex Port Wakefield Road service station at

Bolivar at that time, or who has information about this awful crime, to contact the RSPCA," he

said.

If caught and convicted the person responsible could be jailed for up to two years or fined

$20,000.

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