A photo taken from a game camera set up in the 600 block of West "B" Street from late May 2022 capturing someone leaving orange pellets in a dog kennel. The pellets appear to be poisonous. (Courtesy of Lincoln Crime Stoppers)

LINCOLN–(KFOR July 1)–A couple of dog poisoning cases from mid to late May 2022 in a southwest Lincoln neighborhood are still under investigation.

On Friday, Police Sgt. Chris Vollmer said one dog died, which prompted authorities to set up a security system to see who may be responsible for the poisoning in the 600 block of West “B” Street.  It was on May 19, where a 3-year-old lab named Lyla was poisoned and had to be treated at the Nebraska Animal Medical Center.  The other dog, a 5-year-old German Shepard named Vici, had died.

Another picture of the male suspect caught on this game camera leaving food with orange pellets in a dog kennel outside a home in the 600 block of West “B” Street. (Courtesy of Lincoln Police)

Sgt. Vollmer says Animal Control set up a game camera and on May 31, an unknown man walked up to the kennel and put in a can of food with some tongs.  In the food were orange pellets of an unknown substance.  That food sample was sent off to the Iowa State Veterinary Lab in an attempt to identify what type of contaminant is in orange pellet.

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