A charge has been laid in connection with an animal cruelty case in the Doon area of Kitchener.
Police were called to Southridge Drive on Thursday evening after receiving a report about an injured animal.
They allege a dog was being dragged behind a motorized bike, being operated by a male. The dog suffered minor injuries.
The owner has been charged with one count of cruelty to animals - causing unnecessary suffering. Police also say the Provincial Animal Welfare Service is continuing to investigate the incident.
If you happen to witness animal cruelty, you are asked to call police at 519-570-9777 or the Provincial Animal Welfare Service at 1-833-926-4625.