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Woman Receives Disturbing Letter About Her Missing Dog

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This story contains details that might be disturbing to some readers.

One Garrard County woman found out what happened to her missing dog; unfortunately her year old pit named Clyde won’t be coming home. According to a note left near her house, Clyde wandered on to the wrong property. What happened next is shocking and in Latrisha Locker's words, downright savage.

Clyde was described as a beloved family pet who made friends with everyone.

“He'd get with the pig and roll around like best friends.  He just didn't have a mean bone,” said Clyde’s owner Latrisha.

The only thing Clyde had a problem with was being tied up. He would break off the hook where he was tied to and roam around. Latrisha says that most of the neighbors knew him by name and most welcomed a visit from him. Some neighbors complained, but Latrisha was trying to train Clyde not to run away. She kept trying to tie him up and tried outdoor kennels as well.

Last Monday, Clyde broke through his chain again. She looked all over with no luck and even went to Facebook with his photos and a plea to help find him.

Wednesday, she found a letter taped to the stop sign at the end of Jess Brim Road.

The mystery neighbor claimed that Clyde had been on his property before, but that Monday was the final straw. The neighbor allowed his dogs to kill Clyde, writing, “I should have returned its bloody carcass, but instead I put it on the burn pile.”

Latrisha had to break the news to her kids, who just a few weeks ago couldn’t get a family picture without Clyde sneaking in it.

“I've cried.  I have yelled. I have tried to figure it out.  I've been mad and all I can do is pray.  Pray for the soul of someone who could be so heartless,” Latrisha told LEX 18’s Kristen Pflum.

Latrisha says the Sheriff’s Deputies came to take a report and they took the letter that was taped to the stop sign. They are actively investigating the case.

If you know anything, call the Garrard County Sheriff’s Department.

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