RSPCA WA's Animal Crimestoppers

Unsolved cruelty cases need public help

RSPCA WA's Animal Crimestoppers

RSPCA WA is appealing to the WA public for assistance in solving several disturbing acts of animal cruelty that occurred in the last eighteen months, with the perpetrators still at large and yet to be held accountable for the crimes they have committed.

Despite the widespread publicity surrounding the cases, and the information provided by members of the public at the time, a person of interest could not be identified or located in any investigations that followed.

RSPCA WA Chief Inspector Amanda Swift is hopeful that new information could be the key to cracking these cases and bringing the perpetrators to justice.
“I find it very concerning that the people who committed these disgusting acts of cruelty are still walking around our communities, and have not yet been apprehended,” said Ms Swift.
“They could, potentially, be harming other innocent animals; thinking that because they haven’t been caught yet they can get away with it,” Ms Swift added.
“We rely heavily on the WA community to be our eyes and ears on the ground, and to report animal cruelty when they see it or hear about it,” Ms Swift said.
“If anybody does know anything about these cases, even if it seems minor, we urge you to report that information so that we can find the persons responsible and get justice for the animals subjected to these disturbing acts,” Ms Swift continued.
Information relating to any act of animal cruelty should be reported immediately to the RSPCA’s 24-hour Cruelty Hotline (1300 CRUELTY or 1300 278 3589).

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