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An RSPCA manhunt to find a shopper seen hitting his dog outside a Sainsbury’s store in Stoke-on-Trent has drawn a blank.

The man – described as white, in his late 40s or early 50s with a stocky build and wearing black trousers and a black jacket – was seen striking his black and white collie-type dog with his hands outside the supermarket in London Road, Stoke.

The incident happened at at 1.40pm on Friday, February 10 but the suspect has never been traced despite several witnesses who were in the foyer at the time coming forward.

The RSPCA issued the update on the incident after releasing new figures which show cruelty towards dogs increased by four per cent in Staffordshire last year.

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In 2022, there were 1,022 reports made to the RSPCA in the area about cruelty to dogs, compared with 980 in 2021. The type of incidents which come under intentional harm are attempted killing, poisoning, beating, improper killing, mutilation and suspicious circumstances. Shockingly, there were 210 reports of intentional harm to dogs in Staffordshire.

Nationally, the number of reports made to the RSPCA about dogs – including intentional harm, neglect and abandonments – in 2022 was 42,690, a 7 per cent increase from 2021 (39,797).

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