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30 dead dogs found in man's freezer

By Owen Weldon     May 7, 2013 in Crime
Danish police say that they were investigating complaints of loud barking when they discovered 30 dead dogs in a freezer.
According to Fox, Soeren Bach, a police spokesman, said that the dogs were found on Monday at the home of a 66-year-old man, who was supposed to pay fines for disturbing the peace, and ignored a court order that was handed down to him in April. The court order banned him from having dogs on his property, which is located in northern Denmark.
According to Huffington Post, the man, whose name was not released, was not home when the officers arrived at his home.
According to The Copenhagen Post, Bach said that it was unusual for so many dogs to be kept in a freezer, and and investigation will take place. An autopsy will be performed to find out how the dogs were put down.
Officers did find four dogs that were alive, and they also found a snake. The animals were confiscated.
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