No leads in Gunbarrel dog poisonings

GUNBARREL, Colo. (AP) — Authorities say there are still no suspects or motives after as many as three dogs were suspected of eating poisoned meatballs at a Gunbarrel park this week.

Animal control specialist Sara Spensieri says she may know more once the Colorado Bureau of Investigation releases the results of a human DNA test it's conducting this week on two of the meatballs. Those findings are expected to be available by the end of this week.

The Boulder Daily Camera reports ( authorities have recovered eight meatballs laced with rat poison from the park since Monday.

Veterinarians are monitoring the three dogs.


Information from: Daily Camera,

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