Body of starved greyhound found dumped in Norfolk bin

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The emaciated body of a greyhound has been found dumped in a bin in Norfolk.

The discovery was made in Arlington Way, Thetford, after a member of the public became suspicious about an abandoned bin, which police have taken for forensic tests.

The five-year-old greyhound was microchipped and had been wrapped in a curtain and a bed sheet.

Nicola Thorne, RSPCA, said the dog appeared to have been dumped in a bin "like a piece of rubbish."

Ms Thorne said she had been able to trace some previous owners but wanted to hear from anyone who knew the dog's most recent address.

She said: "Kerry was rehomed, five years old, and you would think she was going to live a nice quiet life with someone and be looked after.

"But for whatever reason it looks as if she was passed on and left to starve to death."

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