Dead, Bagged Animals Found in Westchester Again

The investigator says some of the animals found Monday by highway workers in Rye were dogs

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    The bodies of more than 30 animals found along Hutchinson River Parkway in Harrison in April.

    State police say eight trash bags filled with dead animals have been found near an interstate junction in Westchester. 

    The case is similar to the discovery three months ago of 35 dead animals in trash bags a few miles away.
    An investigator says no connection between the two incidents has been established.
    The investigator says some of the animals found Monday by highway workers in Rye were dogs. Decomposition made it difficult to tell what kind of animals the others were  and to make an accurate count.
    The investigator says the bags were found on a ramp connecting Interstates 95 and 287.
    The bags found in April along the Hutchinson River Parkway in Harrison held dogs, cats and a lizard that had been euthanized. A Bronx veterinarian has been charged in connection with those dumpings.

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    Bags of Dead Animals Found Along Westchester County Highway

    [NY] Bags of Dead Animals Found Along Westchester County Highway
    Police in Westchester County are trying to figure out who dumped 30 dead animals in garbage bags on the side of the highway. Warning: this video contains disturbing material. News4's Katy Tur reports.