LANSING -- A pit bull has been found dead after being put in a cage and abandoned at a Lansing park.
The dog was discovered Friday frozen to death at Ingam Park near Dwight Rich Middle School.
She was young, a brown and white pit bull, wearing a blue leather collar with silver studs.
The Ingham County Animal Cruelty Fund is offering a $300 reward for information leading to the person or persons responsible for the act.
If you have any information, call Ingham County Animal Control at 517- 676- 8376.
Another pit bull found outside earlier this week is recovering.
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