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Forensics tests in Sussex Police dog death inquiry
Police investigating the death of a dog which was dragged behind a car on the A27 have released this image of its lead.
Chris Gee, a Sussex Police scenes of crime officer, released the photo on social networking website Twitter this morning.
He revealed his colleagues are examining a Porsche Carrera which is believed to have dragged the beagle-collie cross along the A27 from Devil's Dyke to Southwick on Sunday night.
Mr Gee said Porsche had agreed to help the inquiry by testing similar vehicles.
A 33-year-old Worthing man has been arrested on suspicion of animal cruelty and released on bail.
The man, who has not been named, released a statement through his solicitor saying the dog's death was a "tragic accident".
When news of the incident broke, more than 1,000 people joined a group on the Facebook website, called Justice for Little Pup.
Read more on this story inside today's Argus.