ATTLEBORO, Mass. (WPRI) — An Attleboro family is looking for answers after their dog was found dead in the woods, apparently the victim of animal cruelty or a hunting accident. “It’s the last thing we expected…the last thing,” Steven Henriques said Friday. Police are now investigating what happened to Bo, who was missing for several days after he was discovered Thursday night near the Attleboro-Norton line. Steven and his wife Taylor told police that when Bo was found, it appeared he had been impaled by a stick. They also said they found a bullet in one of his wounds. Still coming to terms with their loss, the couple held a news conference Friday with Attleboro Mayor Paul Heroux and other local lawmakers. “Still just in shock,” Steven said. “It’s not fun carrying your dogs out of the woods. It’s terrible.” “We don’t know when he was killed or what may have happened after the fact,” he added. The Henriques pleaded for anyone with information to come forward, hoping the public can help bring justice for their four-legged family member. “Just share anything, any little details,” Taylor said. “There are a lot of guys who have hunting cameras out there. If you can pull those, that’ll be awesome.” Anyone with information should call the Norton Police Department at (508) 285-3300.