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Stolen Canine Found Dead In Embankment After Weeks-Long Browse & $10k Reward

A two-year-old yellow Labrador, called Bella, was found dead Sunday

Her owner, Ben Brengle's vehicle was taken, with Bella within, from a Lowe's in North Charleston, South Carolina.

Brengle developed a Facebook page, "Find Bella of Charleston, SC," to help discover her. He supplied a $10,000 benefit for the risk-free return of his beloved dog, in addition to a $5,000 incentive for the identity, arrest, and also sentence of the individual that swiped her.

His taken vehicle was located, as well as Richard Rawlings Jr., the man who apparently stole it, was jailed. Yet sadly, Bella was still missing.

Sadly, Brengle located Bella's departed body down an embankment, around 2 in the early morning on Sunday.

" The outreach of love, support, and also overall encouragement that we got throughout this unnecessary tragedy was beyond measure," Brengle posted on Facebook.

" It not only offered us the motivation we required to inevitably #findbella, it offered us hope. Expect a more powerful community. I wish for a lot more streamlined, available sources. Hope for a far better response. Expect a louder voice. HOPE FOR MODIFICATION."

" Bella did not leave us in vain," he proceeded. "While her life was cut inconceivably short and without a warrant, she will survive on. In our hearts, in our memories, and in our legislative system. I can guarantee you, there will certainly be #norest."