Dog poisoning investigations ‘archived’
Dogs were poisoned in Benissa, Moraira, Calpe, Teulada and Jalón valley
Even so, the security board, chaired by mayor, Abel Cardona, did report some progress - the application of preventive measures as from January, when a new meeting will take place. Cardona reiterated his concern regarding the setback, requesting 'greater trust' when being provided with information from the investigation and said he was aware 'of the need to not compromise confidentiality of the complicated cases yet to be clarified.'
The events which occurred in 2012 and 2017, has not only affected Benissa but also other neighbouring towns, such as Teulada, Calpe, Moraira and the Jalón Valley.
The Valencian security agency, the local and provincial Guardia Civil, local police and civil protection, as well as the spokespersons of the local political forces also participated in the meeting.
“The Guardia Civil, the national police, local police and the provincial government itself will try to make every effort to prevent these situations and clarify who may be behind them” said Cuadros. “The first step is the January meeting where more concrete measures of prevention will be established and the Guardia Civil will be stepping up their investigation”.
What happens between now and January with regard to poison is now clearly of total concern to pet owners.
Dogs and owners held a protest in Benissa earlier this year