Pics shows: The suspect's e-bike in front of the crashed van; A furious man chasing a dog thief who had killed his family pet slammed the suspect through a brick wall using his car. The pet owner has now been detained on manslaughter charges after the would-be thief, who killed half a dozen dogs with poisoned darts, died of his injuries following the crash. The incident happened in Yangzhou City in China’s easter Jiangsu Province and has been the subject of heated public debates online, where footage of the chase has been viewed nearly 10 million times and liked over 10,000 times too. The security tape footage shows the suspect on a scooter shooting dead the man’s dog using the poison dart gun, riding away with the intention of returning to "collect" the corpse a few minutes later. However, the pooch’s death throes were heard by its owner, who rushes over to find it paralysed and likely already dead. He furiously gives chase, with another CCTV clip showing the dog owner having rammed the thief’s scooter, pushing it through a pillar and then into the brick wall of the shop. Yangzhou City police investigating the incident said the suspected dognapper died at the scene, with the pet owner being questioning over the man’s death. The driver’s family claimed he muddled up the pedals beneath his feet and did not intend on ramming the thief’s scooter. A female relative of the deceased was quoted as saying: "Even if we were in the wrong, that does not give you the right to be judge, jury and executioner."

A man suspected of murdering dogs with poison darts was killed when a furious owner ‘slammed him into a brick wall with his car’.  The pet owner has been arrested on manslaughter charges and is awaiting trial after one of his pets was reportedly killed by the man.

 

The deceased was accused of killing half a dozen dogs using the darts. The shocking incident happened in the Chinese city of Yangzhou in Jiangsu province. Security camera footage posted online shows the man on his scooter shooting a dog with the dart gun and leaving. However, the owner heard his dog’s dying whimpers and rushed over to find it paralysed on the ground.

 

He climbs into his car and gives chase, before reportedly ramming the assailant into a pillar and through the brick wall of a shop. Yangzhou City Police said that the man died at the scene and the owner is being questioned.

Pics shows: Dogs killed by the suspect;
A furious man chasing a dog thief who had killed his family pet slammed the suspect through a brick wall using his car.
The pet owner has now been detained on manslaughter charges after the would-be thief, who killed half a dozen dogs with poisoned darts, died of his injuries following the crash.
The incident happened in Yangzhou City in China’s easter Jiangsu Province and has been the subject of heated public debates online, where footage of the chase has been viewed nearly 10 million times and liked over 10,000 times too.
The security tape footage shows the suspect on a scooter shooting dead the man’s dog using the poison dart gun, riding away with the intention of returning to “collect” the corpse a few minutes later.
However, the pooch’s death throes were heard by its owner, who rushes over to find it paralysed and likely already dead.
He furiously gives chase, with another CCTV clip showing the dog owner having rammed the thief’s scooter, pushing it through a pillar and then into the brick wall of the shop.
Yangzhou City police investigating the incident said the suspected dognapper died at the scene, with the pet owner being questioning over the man’s death.
The driver’s family claimed he muddled up the pedals beneath his feet and did not intend on ramming the thief’s scooter.
A female relative of the deceased was quoted as saying: “Even if we were in the wrong, that does not give you the right to be judge, jury and executioner.”
Pics shows: A dart used by the suspect;
A furious man chasing a dog thief who had killed his family pet slammed the suspect through a brick wall using his car.
The pet owner has now been detained on manslaughter charges after the would-be thief, who killed half a dozen dogs with poisoned darts, died of his injuries following the crash.
The incident happened in Yangzhou City in China’s easter Jiangsu Province and has been the subject of heated public debates online, where footage of the chase has been viewed nearly 10 million times and liked over 10,000 times too.
The security tape footage shows the suspect on a scooter shooting dead the man’s dog using the poison dart gun, riding away with the intention of returning to “collect” the corpse a few minutes later.
However, the pooch’s death throes were heard by its owner, who rushes over to find it paralysed and likely already dead.
He furiously gives chase, with another CCTV clip showing the dog owner having rammed the thief’s scooter, pushing it through a pillar and then into the brick wall of the shop.
Yangzhou City police investigating the incident said the suspected dognapper died at the scene, with the pet owner being questioning over the man’s death.
The driver’s family claimed he muddled up the pedals beneath his feet and did not intend on ramming the thief’s scooter.
A female relative of the deceased was quoted as saying: “Even if we were in the wrong, that does not give you the right to be judge, jury and executioner.”
Pics shows: Suspect killing and stealing the dead dog;
A furious man chasing a dog thief who had killed his family pet slammed the suspect through a brick wall using his car.
The pet owner has now been detained on manslaughter charges after the would-be thief, who killed half a dozen dogs with poisoned darts, died of his injuries following the crash.
The incident happened in Yangzhou City in China’s easter Jiangsu Province and has been the subject of heated public debates online, where footage of the chase has been viewed nearly 10 million times and liked over 10,000 times too.
The security tape footage shows the suspect on a scooter shooting dead the man’s dog using the poison dart gun, riding away with the intention of returning to “collect” the corpse a few minutes later.
However, the pooch’s death throes were heard by its owner, who rushes over to find it paralysed and likely already dead.
He furiously gives chase, with another CCTV clip showing the dog owner having rammed the thief’s scooter, pushing it through a pillar and then into the brick wall of the shop.
Yangzhou City police investigating the incident said the suspected dognapper died at the scene, with the pet owner being questioning over the man’s death.
The driver’s family claimed he muddled up the pedals beneath his feet and did not intend on ramming the thief’s scooter.
A female relative of the deceased was quoted as saying: “Even if we were in the wrong, that does not give you the right to be judge, jury and executioner.”

The owner’s family have reportedly claimed that he got the pedals confused as he was driving and did not intend to ram the suspected dog thief with his car. A female relative of the deceased reportedly said: ‘Even if we were in the wrong, that does not give you the right to be judge, jury and executioner.’ In December, eight gang members were arrested after 200,000 poisoned darts which could be fired at dogs were sold in China.

The vendors reportedly hunted dogs on the street and traded the meat in restaurants, reports The Telegraph.

 

 

 

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