Police are looking for information after the bodies of two dead dogs were found in Wolcott.

Vermont State Police received an animal cruelty complaint on Aug. 20. According to police, two dogs belonging to a family in Albany had gone missing from the residence last Tuesday, Aug. 13. On Saturday, the bodies of two dogs matching the description of the missing animals were found in a pull-off on Town Hill Road near the intersection of Manley Road in Wolcott.

According to a public social media page called “Justice for Tyler and Casper,” the dogs had been shot and dumped over a guardrail, and were found by people fishing in the area.

Both dogs had been reported healthy at the time they were last seen, according to police. The investigation remains ongoing, and anyone with information in regards to the incident is asked to contact the Vermont State Police Derby Barracks at 802-334-8881.

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