Breaking News: Suspect on the Loose in a Triple Homicide

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Wilma the dog next to the body of Goose.

Victims, Snowball the Husky and Fred the Frog.

Victims, Snowball the Husky and Fred the Frog.

Authorities are searching for Wilma the dog who is on the loose after she was discovered on the scene of a triple stuffed animal homicide.

Two victims, Snowball the Husky and Fred the Frog, were found this afternoon with their stuffing scattered across the living room floor. A third victim, Goose, was discovered in the dining room where Wilma was found hovering over its half eaten body.

In an attempt to apprehend the dog, a foot chase took place through the kitchen and into the laundry room where she disappeared in a pile of dirty clothes.

Five-year old Logan Duncan, owner of all three stuffed friends, said that this was not Wilma’s first killing spree.  He warned that she not only targets stuffed animals, but is known to chew up anything at anytime. Duncan claimed she is also responsible for the death of beloved superhero, Captain America.

“I found him under my bed and his head was all chewed up,” he said. “I can’t find my Spiderman figurine either, this just has to stop.”

Though the list of victims is already long, Duncan says that Wilma has only been in the Duncan’s house for a little over a week.  He also sais that despite her massacre tendencies the family is quite happy she is there.

UPDATE:

Wilma apprehended

Wilma apprehended

Wilma the Dog was apprehended under the kitchen table at 2:12 pm on Thursday afternoon. She is said to have given herself up next to her food bowl.  Charges are pending.

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