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.

    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. (Published Friday, Nov 22, 2013)

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

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