Carcasses Found in Virginia Creek Were Wildlife

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    Julie Carey, NBCWashington.com

    Dozens of animal carcasses found dumped in a creek in Loudoun County, Va., were all wildlife, investigators said Tuesday.

    The Loudoun County Department of Animal Services previously said it had identified at least one dog.

    Following a tip from a News4 viewer, the Northern Virginia Bureau found dozens of animal carcasses in the Catoctin Creek near Waterford.

    Dave Daley, who works on a construction site nearby, discovered the carcasses.

    Authorities will continue to try to find the violator who dumped the animals.

    Loudoun Co. Investigates Dead Animals Found in Creek

    [DC] Loudoun County Investigates Dozens of Dead Animals Found in Catoctin Creek
    The Loudoun County Department of Animal Services is investigating the apparent dumping of dozens of dead animals into a creek, and many of them appear to be dogs, Northern Virginia Bureau Chief Julie Carey reports.

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