STOCKTON (CBS) — A woman caught on video pulling a dog by its leash while driving down a street in the Central Valley has some wondering if it’s a case of animal cruelty.

Amanda Brajkovich spotted a woman driving with a dog tethered outside her car in Stockton, CBS Sacramento reported. Brajkovich got on the driver’s tail and shot video, then confronted the driver.

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The video immediately got the attention of Stockton’s animal services department and director Phillip Zimmerman. A Stockton animal services investigation to identify the dog-driving woman is underway.

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“We have a lack of humane education not only for adults obviously in this case but as children as well,” he said.

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