‘Poison’ warning for Costa del Sol pet owners

'KILLER' POWDER: The shunks of meat laced with a red powder 'KILLER' POWDER: The shunks of meat laced with a red powder Facebook

ANOTHER suspected case of pet poisoning has been discovered on Spain’s Costa del Sol.

The warning about meat covered in a suspicious red powder being found in Marbella went out on social media.

The Facebook user wrote, “Walking my dogs just above the Marbella football field, I found four pieces of meat with a red powder.

"It seems and from what I have read is a killer, anticoagulant.

“I warn you to be careful, I kept looking but I did not find any more.

“I will go to complain and, hopefully, they will catch whoever it was since it is not the first time.”

Karl Smallman

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