West Midlands Police have released an image of the male who they wish to speak to over a sickening dog attack which led to the violent death of a cat in Walsall.
Investigating officers want to question Amos Price after a dog was deliberately used to attack the cat in Woodlands Crescent, Pelsall, on the 23rd October.
The revolting attack was caught on nearby CCTV and was reported to the RSPCA as well as the Police.
After viewing the footage, an investigation was launched by officers.
Investigators have thus far been unable to trace 30-year-old Price (below) and have asked for the publics help to locate him.
Amos Price. Image Credit: West Midlands Police
Chief Superintendent Andy Parsons, from Walsall police, said:
“This is a horrifying act of cruelty which has left us utterly disgusted.
“I’m aware of the appalling CCTV that captured this shocking behaviour which, like the rest of the community, I wholly condemn.
“I realise this is highly emotive, but I’d urge people to remain calm and help us by coming forward with information on his whereabouts.”
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