(INDIANAPOLIS) - Police investigating a "make-shift grave" on the southwest side of Indianapolis say it was a buried dog.
The crime lab responded to the scene near the 900 block of West Raymond Street, where the grave was discovered. After an investigation of nearly two hours, they determined a dog was buried at the site.
An Eyewitness News photographer at the scene said there was a tire on top of the grave, with a small cross nearby.
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