A Georgia woman who threw her injured puppy into the ocean earlier this month is wanted after the animal wanted to be euthanized, authorities mentioned Monday.

Officers responded to a report of individuals throwing a canine into the ocean all through the home of South Beach on Tybee Island, a metropolis positioned close to Savannah, on Sept. 12, the Tybee Island Police Department said.

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Candy Selena Marban, the canine’s proprietor, steered the officers that her puppy had been injured every week earlier and he or she couldn’t pay for the animal’s medical treatment, police mentioned. At the time, officers issued Marban a quotation for cruelty to animals.

Police are seeking Marban on a felony charge of aggravated animal cruelty.

Police are within the hunt for Marban on a felony worth of aggravated animal cruelty.
(Tybee Island Police Department)

The puppy was taken into defending custody and dropped at a veterinarian for emergency treatment in Savannah. After it was decided that the puppy’s accidents have been so extreme the one danger could also be euthanasia, detectives secured warrants for Marban on a felony worth of aggravated cruelty to animals.

As of Monday, authorities have nonetheless to go looking out Marban. 

Police mentioned they have been conscious of Marban’s ties to Gainesville, Ga., and have been involved with legal guidelines enforcement there for various days.

“New information suggests that she may be in the Savannah area, but she could be anywhere,” police mentioned.

Authorities requested anybody with information on Marban’s whereabouts to contact the division.