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Prince went missing at around 11pm on Bonfire Night. Photo: RSPCA
Prince went missing at around 11pm on Bonfire Night. Photo: RSPCA
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Money is being raised to pay people who come forward with information about a Jack Russell found dead in a suitcase in Sheffield.

Twelve-year-old Prince disappeared from the home of his owner’s friend in Raby Street in Tinsley at around 11pm on Bonfire Night.

'Whilst there are no obvious signs of trauma to Prince - he literally just looked as though he was asleep - the way in which he was found is suspicious'. Photo: RSPCA

'Whilst there are no obvious signs of trauma to Prince - he literally just looked as though he was asleep - the way in which he was found is suspicious'. Photo: RSPCA

He was found dead in a suitcase by a woman on Tuesday morning.

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The 'Justice for Prince' fundraising page description reads: "Appealing for donations that could be used as a reward for persons that provide information to the police that results in the conviction of the person or persons responsible for the cruelty/death of Prince."

The fundraisers are hoping to reach a target of £1,000.

RSPCA Inspector Dransfield, who contacted Prince's owner after finding the dog, said yesterday: “It was a really heartbreaking day.”

Prince. Photo: RSPCA

Prince. Photo: RSPCA

Anyone with any information about what happened to Prince should call the RSPCA inspector appeal line on 0300 123 8018 and ask to leave a message for Inspector Dransfield.

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