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A dog is bashed; a family asks why

Gloucester police investigating death

About 24 hours after he failed to return, Otis was found next to bait piles for deer. He had bled to death from his mouth and nose. About 24 hours after he failed to return, Otis was found next to bait piles for deer. He had bled to death from his mouth and nose. (Wood Family)
By David Cogger
Globe Correspondent / September 30, 2009

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GLOUCESTER - At the end of Bray Street in West Gloucester, a large granite stone is surrounded by pots of wilting yellow and purple mums on a mound of freshly turned sod, shaded by tall oaks and white pines. (Full article: 497 words)

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