COHASSET — Chief William Quigley reports that the Cohasset Police Department is actively seeking the public’s help in identifying a vehicle that was involved in a hit-and-run involving a dog.
On Monday, Nov. 21 at approximately 7:55 a.m., the Cohasset Police Department was dispatched to the intersection of Pond Street and Clay Spring Road for a report of a vehicle crash involving a dog.
The dog was pronounced dead at the scene. The vehicle involved fled the scene.
As of Tuesday morning, the operator has not yet come forward or been identified.
Cohasset Police are actively looking for a 2011-22 white Jeep Grand Cherokee with chrome trim that is believed to be the vehicle involved in this incident. The vehicle is believed to have damage to the right front end.
As part of the ongoing investigation, Cohasset Police obtained video surveillance from the area and wish to share that footage with the public, with the hope that someone might recognize the vehicle involved.
Anyone with information on this incident, or information on the vehicle involved, is asked to call the Cohasset Police Natural Resources Officer Josh Kimball at 781-383-1055 ext. 6125.