It's a white blanket, with multi-colored pinstripes of varying degrees of thickness, and it just may be the link to a Schenectady County animal abuse claim.

Police in Schenectady County wants to know if the blanket in this photo looks familiar.

Have you seen a pattern that looks similar, is it possible that it belonged to someone you know?

If you're pretty confident that you know more about this blanket, contact the Schenectady Police - it may help find the person who discarded the corpse of a dead dog that was found wrapped up in Schenectady's Central Park last week.

 

Photo: Steve Caporizzo Facebook
Photo: Steve Caporizzo Facebook
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According to a locally viral Facebook post by News 10 ABC's Steve Caporrizzo, it appears as though a viewer sent the image to Cap - a known pet lover and advocate for animal rights - in hopes that more people may recognize the patterns on the blanket.

Need your help…..
Dog found dead Schenectady…Central Park Park Rd and Willow Ave.
Does anyone recognize the blanket?
Hi Steve. Dog was dumped in Central Park this past week. Malnourished pit bull. Grey and white markings. Dumped off Central Park road and Willow Ave area. Looks to be young dog. 

News 10 ABC has confirmed the police are looking into the matter.  The news station reports that they got a call reporting the dog’s body on Saturday afternoon. Police said the individual who found the dead dog was walking in Central Park when they made the discovery.

If you have any information on the dog or its owner, contact the Schenectady Police at (518) 382-5200 ext. 5655.

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