A Monroe woman wants to know who shot and killed her pet dog with a pellet gun.
The owners let our their pitbull-chocolate lab mix, named Roscoe, on Tuesday morning. When they went to let him back in, he was bleeding from the mouth and collapsed, Carolyn Bacarella told the Connecticut Post.
A veterinarian later found a pellet in Roscoe's lung.
"He's scary to look at," Bacarella told the Post, but no one in her neighborhood has had a problem with Roscoe. "Our concern is ... what if they shoot another dog or ... kid?"