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San Francisco Police Trying to Identify Person Who Beat and Burned Dog

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San Francisco Police are trying to identify the person who beat and burned a dog found early Thursday morning in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood, according to the Animal Care and Control. (WARNING GRAPHIC IMAGES)

The 1- to 2-year-old male pit bull terrier mix with brown and white fur, who shelter staff have named Maximilian, was found at about 6 a.m. Thursday below the U.S. Highway 101 overpass near South Van Ness Avenue suffering from serious injuries, according to the city’s Department of Animal Care and Control.

Maximilian was taken off the street and is now receiving medical attention. The dog’s injuries included blunt force trauma to his head and body, broken and missing teeth, severely injured paws with missing pads and nails and burns from heat sources including cigarettes.

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