SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Authorities are still looking for the people who tied up a dog’s legs and pushed her into a Sacramento storm drain.

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Sacramento Animal Control officers say the dog they’ve named “Stormie” is still dealing with trust issues and cowers in the corner of her cage. Stormie didn’t have ID tags or a chip to help identify her owners.

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A witness saw a man and a woman kicking and stuffing Stormie down a 25-foot storm drain at Power Inn and Calvine Road.

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Metro Fire says Stormie’s hind legs and stomach were bound tightly with a bicycle lock cable so the dog couldn’t move. The tight space she was in made her rescue more difficult for rescue crews.