Dog shot twice while tied up outside

September 28, 1994

Someone shot a Glen Burnie woman's husky twice early Sunday morning, county police said yesterday.

The dog, named Bruce, was hit in the front and rear left legs and taken to an animal clinic for treatment, where he remained yesterday.

Anna Mae Colman, 46, of the 300 block of Morris Hill Ave. told police that the incident happened shortly after 2:30 a.m. when Bruce was on a leash by his dog house outside.

She said she heard her dog barking, then a few minutes later heard at least two popping sounds that she believed to be gunshots, police said.

Ms. Colman then heard Bruce yelp and start to bark differently. She went out to her yard and found the dog bleeding from his left rear leg and left front leg, apparently from gunshot wounds, police said.

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