The dog of a murderer was seen walking around with blood oozing from its face.
Snoop the dog was discovered walking about Hull just days after its owner, Cole Jarvis, was sentenced to 24 years in prison for the murder of adolescent Connor Lyons.
A dog belonging to a convicted murderer has been seen wandering around town with blood flowing from its lips.
On Thursday afternoon, the pet, named Snoop, was discovered outside Kingswood Academy in Hull, East Yorkshire.
Cole Jarvis, 22, the store’s owner, had only been in jail for a week after being convicted of murdering 17-year-old Connor Lyons, according to Hull Live.
In January this year, the 22-year-old strangled on and off buddy Connor and threw his dead or dying body in the River Hull, according to Hull Crown Court.
He was advised that he would have to serve at least 24 years before he could be considered for parole.
After discovering Snoop with blood streaming from his lips and a cut on his back leg, members of the public made an appeal for the owners, however it is still unknown where the wounds came from.
Snoop was later reclaimed by his present owners, who are said to be Jarvis’ family.
It comes after Hull Live reported that Jarvis’ fiancée sparked outrage by posting lyrics from singer Jesy Nelson’s track, ‘Boyz,’ on social media following his imprisonment.
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In a Facebook post, the woman, who is engaged to the convicted killer, alluded to the song’s lyrics about “liking terrible boys,” writing: “The hold that you got on me should be criminal.”
She had also sent Jarvis a “happy birthday” in September, promising to wait for his release.
Jarvis was found guilty of the murder of Connor Lyons in September and was sentenced to life in prison on November 12 with a minimum sentence of 24 years and 73 days.