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.
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.”
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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