Newspaper article News Mail Bundaberg Qld.

Dog Is Rescued in Tape Attack

Newspaper article News Mail Bundaberg Qld.

Dog Is Rescued in Tape Attack

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Mike Derry

mike.derry@news-mail.com.au

THE RSPCA is looking for the person who taped up a dog's legs and muzzle and threw her in the river to drown on Saturday.

The dog, who has been named Lucky by the man who rescued her, was found at the Cedars Crossing bridge early on Saturday night.

Jakeb Forrester said he and girlfriend Gabbie Cuthbert were driving to his home near Bullyard about 7pm on Saturday when they spotted the dog.

"We saw her standing in the middle of the road and I pulled over to check on her," he said.

"She came up to us looking for help, and I saw she had masking tape around her mouth and on her legs."

Mr Forrester said Lucky was also soaking wet, and it was obvious someone had taped her up and thrown her into the river to drown.

However, she had obviously tried to swim and broken the tape on her legs. …

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