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Virginia animal shelter investigated after dog found dead

RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) -

The Virginia Beach Animal Care and Adoption Center is under investigation, following the death of a pit bull in an outdoor dog run.

Virginia Beach Police said a shelter employee let a 10-year-old dog, named Batman, outside Sunday afternoon. The dog was left outside overnight, in temperatures that ranged from 21 to 32 degrees.

Police say a volunteer found the dog, close to lunchtime the next day. Two employees tried to revive batman but he was already dead.

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