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RSPCA Investigate Duck's Killing

Thursday August 28 2014

THE RSPCA has appealed for witnesses after reports of a duck being killed in Barnsley.

It's unclear how the duck was killed but an investigator attended the Mitchell and Darfield pond on Bradbury Balk Lane last week after an anonymous phone call.

An RSPCA spokesman said: "We're now appealing for anyone with information about what happened to this poor duck to contact us in confidence."

Witnesses are encouraged to phone 0300 123 8018 with any information.

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Reply Posted by Nic on Thursday August 28 2014 at 14:53
What is wrong with people , arnt people taught compassion anymore. It really pees me off . If the justice system was more harsher animal cruelty wouldn't be so high

Reply Posted by Natalie on Thursday August 28 2014 at 16:29
What the actual is wrong with people???? No respect, no compassion just cold blooded evil sick THINGS ! Cant even call them humans cause they're bloody well not!

Reply Posted by gav on Thursday August 28 2014 at 17:23
Fair enough the shouldn't have done what ever the did with the duck n rspca r investigating but ok for people to put mixi down n kill hundreds of rabbits in a slow painful death

Reply Posted by Dickie on Thursday August 28 2014 at 18:42
FFS what next there will be a report on a local hedgehog getting pancaked by a local haulage firm who witness statements confirm the driver was listening to a Cliff Richard CD

Reply Posted by Dino on Sunday August 31 2014 at 10:12
Spineless ********