‘Give me justice for Atlas’

Bethlehem man Ryan Brunton wants justice for his pet dog Atlas, who was burnt alive in December last year.

The two year old pure-bred French bull mastiff was found dead last December in the charred remains of Ryan's car port.


Ryan Brunton is erecting posters around Tauranga promoting his $2500 reward. See video below of him talking about how he has dealt with Atlas' death, what he thinks about those who committed the crime and how he is confident they will be caught.

Fire fighters say the car port was deliberately set alight.
Ryan believes those who lit the fire deliberately targeted Atlas.

After a $2500 donation from Paw Justice, an organisation trying to bring justice to animal abusers, Ryan hopes to finally catch those who started the fire.

The $2500 reward is for information leading to a successful prosecution against the offenders.

“At the end of the day, he (Atlas) was my baby – he was my dog.”

Read more about the incident here.




1 Comment

shocking

Posted on 20-03-2011 14:39 | By greenbank

l heip out at the spca and people that do that sort of thing to animals makes me sick i hope there catch the thugs that did it.

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