San Francsico officials investigate report of dog killed by poison meatballs

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- San Francisco Animal Care & Control investigators have found no evidence of tainted meatballs in the park where a man feared his dog was poisoned.

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The man's basset hound died after a walk in Duboce Park a couple of weeks ago, and he worried the dog may have eaten something in the park that made it sick.

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Hundreds of meatballs tainted with rat poison were found in San Francisco's Twin Peaks area in 2013 and 2014.

The person who put the meatballs there was never found.
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