Mr Wright wants to warn other farmers to be on the lookout for the dog.
He said: "It is a dog that knows how to kill. It doesn't appear to be a family pet that has escaped.
"It could belong to people who go hare coursing and couldn't get the dog out of a hole.
"It will be hungry if no one has fed it and it will keep killing poultry."I can’t imaging who that might be, can you?
A spokesman for Humberside Police said: "A dog attacking other animals is not a criminal offence, though we do understand the distress to the farmers.
"If anyone has any information about who the owner of the dog may be, please contact the police so we can speak to them and give them words of advice about the control of their animal."*hollow laughter*
An East Riding Council spokesman said: "This is a case of animal worrying.
"The farmer has greater power to protect his animals than the council has to deal with this dog."And, it would seem, than the increasingly useless police farce…