Quincy: Puppy Doe investigation continues

The investigation into who tortured a dog and left it on the side of a road in Quincy continues. It’s the case of the dog that became known as Puppy Doe, a case that captured national attention and led to a rally two weeks ago. The dog couldn’t be saved by veterinarians and eventually had to be put down.

Today, the Norfolk District Attorney’s office says they’ve received hundreds of calls and tips about the case and they’re following up on every one of them, including ones that take them out of state, according to Quincy police chief Paul Keenan.

The DA’s office says it can’t reveal anything more about its investigation, other than the public’s help has been invaluable so far. Anyone with info on the case is asked to call the Animal Rescue League of Boston’s Law Enforcement Department at 617-226-5610, or you can email them at cruelty@arlboston.org.


About Steve Burns

Steve comes to the South Shore by way of the Jersey Shore. Upon arriving at Emerson College in Boston back in 2010, and eventual graduation in 2014, Steve was immediately attracted to radio as an outlet for his reporting. Previous stops before the South Shore include WOBM on the Jersey Shore, WCCM in the Merrimack Valley, an internship at CBS Radio News' flagship station, WCBS 880 in New York City, and a few formative years at Emerson's WERS.