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#750432 - 14th Dec 2012 9:07pm Please Help Find Blues Killers
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PLEASE PLEASE HELP..im appealing on behalf of Blues heartbroken Mum,someone,somewhere knows who stole him,then cruelly killed him before dumping him in Storeton Woods.He was such a beautiful dog who was loved so much and didnt deserve this.Any information will be kept confidential ..PLEASE PLEASE HELP




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#750438 - 14th Dec 2012 9:54pm Re: Please Help Find Blues Killers [Re: slinky4]
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This is awful . Poor blue . Hope someone somewhere knows who is responsible for this cruel devasting killing and comes forward and reports it to the authorities . What is wrong with these people . My heart goes out to blues family .

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#750442 - 14th Dec 2012 10:04pm Re: Please Help Find Blues Killers [Re: pegsgirl]
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Someone knows who did it,His family are devastated and are getting no help whatsoever from the authorities frown

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#750454 - 14th Dec 2012 10:44pm Re: Please Help Find Blues Killers [Re: slinky4]
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This News really upsets me. I hate hearing things like this. Its heartless and cruel.I do feel for Blues owners,Personally i hope they do get caught.And get what they deserve.
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#750455 - 14th Dec 2012 10:48pm Re: Please Help Find Blues Killers [Re: slinky4]
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Can you please give us some more information about how Blue died? was he used as bait for dog fighting? was he killed just for the sake of it? Could this of been someone known to the family who has had a fall out with them and knew how much they loved their dogs so thought this was a perfect revenge attack?
Im sorry to be so personal but the public are gonna need as much information as possbible about this in order to try and help catch the barstard/s responsible for Blues murder, because the police and the RSPCA having all the information alone probably wont get you very far as they are "too busy" with other stuff/cuts etc.

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#750457 - 14th Dec 2012 10:59pm Re: Please Help Find Blues Killers [Re: slinky4]
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What do you mean by bait Fighting Kevin?
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#750458 - 14th Dec 2012 11:02pm Re: Please Help Find Blues Killers [Re: Kev30x]
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Hi Kev,at the moment we dont know how Blue was killed,they are waiting on the postmortum results,we know it wasnt dog baiting.We have no idea as to why he was taken,there was also a rotweiller in the garden who did make it back home luckily.The back gate was kicked in breaking the locks.At the moment theres not really any more i can tell you.who ever took Blue must have had a car, he was a gorgeous friendly boy and this is heartbreaking,so cruel beyond words.

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#750459 - 14th Dec 2012 11:11pm Re: Please Help Find Blues Killers [Re: slinky4]
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my heart goes out to you hope you find the scun and they are named and shanmed as well as being strung up

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#750461 - 14th Dec 2012 11:19pm Re: Please Help Find Blues Killers [Re: Kev30x]
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@Kevinx: I know you mean well, but I don't think explicit details about the poor dog's murder should be made public. It can only serve to muddy the waters of any investigation into it, and make it harder to catch those responsible.

They'll brag about their crime to someone, because criminals always do. There's no "victory" in getting away with a crime if nobody knows you have!

So they'll tell someone, and let slip some details only the killer(s) could know, (which is why no explicit details should be made public,) and then the person they tell can inform the police, (anonymously if he/she wishes), or confidential organisations like the following;

http://www.crimestoppers-uk.org/

http://www.fearless.org/

I hope these cruel monsters are caught soon!

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#750470 - 14th Dec 2012 11:42pm Re: Please Help Find Blues Killers [Re: slinky4]
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Hi slinky, now that Dog Baiting as been ruled out, the detective in me can't help but think that this has been a targeted premeditated attack. To boot the back gate in with two locks on it and with two big tough dogs in the garden that are capable of ripping anyone apart, the racket of the gate getting kicked in alone would of had the dogs ready to attack (regardless of how friendly they were), i can only imagine that the monster/s responsible for this have personally known the family and the dogs. There is no other reason for taking the dogs in this kind of way other than revenge for one reason or another. Maybe Bluey's owner can try and think of anyone that they have had any trouble with recently or within the last year or so, Ex's?, neighbour disputes?, etc...
I hope the evil B@stard /s caught anyway and i would like to be one of the many that gives the scum some real punishment.

R.I.P Bluey frown


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#750474 - 15th Dec 2012 12:31am Re: Please Help Find Blues Killers [Re: slinky4]
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This is really heartbreaking News for anyone to absorb.It's hardly possible to fully understand how the owner of Bluey must be coping with this tragedy. There would appear to be no rhyme nor reason for the act of 'murder',unless of course, Bluey was too powerful for them to deal with. It is also less than understandable, that the authorities are not really engaging in this incident. Maybe they would, if it was one of their own dogs.
Much sadness. So sorry.

Just lets hope he had bitten them and maybe they could get some of their DNA from him. Don't know if it's possible but can't see why not.


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#750475 - 15th Dec 2012 12:37am Re: Please Help Find Blues Killers [Re: Kev30x]
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Originally Posted By: Kevinx
Hi slinky, now that Dog Baiting as been ruled out, the detective in me can't help but think that this has been a targeted premeditated attack. To boot the back gate in with two locks on it and with two big tough dogs in the garden that are capable of ripping anyone apart, the racket of the gate getting kicked in alone would of had the dogs ready to attack (regardless of how friendly they were), i can only imagine that the monster/s responsible for this have personally known the family and the dogs. There is no other reason for taking the dogs in this kind of way other than revenge for one reason or another. Maybe Bluey's owner can try and think of anyone that they have had any trouble with recently or within the last year or so, Ex's?, neighbour disputes?, etc...
I hope the evil B@stard /s caught anyway and i would like to be one of the many that gives the scum some real punishment.

R.I.P Bluey frown
How fooking sick is that. are these scum human or what?????
Like everyone says it is really sad to loose a well loved pet,I bet Bluey was well loved and didn t know what was going to happen to him. Sorry lost for words here, just disgusted more than anything.


Edited by Morgan2012 (15th Dec 2012 12:38am)

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#750480 - 15th Dec 2012 7:04am Re: Please Help Find Blues Killers [Re: slinky4]
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Registered: 2nd Oct 2010
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I thought the two suspects had already been named on Facebook by the owner?

Horrible story, hope whoever did this gets what they deserve

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#750485 - 15th Dec 2012 8:38am Re: Please Help Find Blues Killers [Re: Wiggi77]
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Loc: wallasey
Hi Wiggi,yes 2 have been named on facebook.At the moment i dont want to comment on them,to prevent any chinese whispers starting.This isnt to withhold information but it wouldnt help discussing them.We are still looking for any information,no matter how small and any other names .Thanks

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#750509 - 15th Dec 2012 9:49am Re: Please Help Find Blues Killers [Re: granny]
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Does anyone know how old Bluey was as he looks a bit thin in the photo and maybe he had a heart attack?

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