Saturday, July 4, 2015

Community on edge, reward offered in Chesco dog killings

The Chadds Ford area community is seeking justice in the execution-style shootings of two German short-haired pointers whose bodies were found lying tail-to-tail by a railroad track on Sunday.

Community on edge, reward offered in Chesco dog killings

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The Chadds Ford area community is seeking justice in the execution-style shootings of two German short-haired pointers whose bodies were found lying tail-to-tail by a railroad track on Sunday.

Chester County SPCA workers are vowing to pursue the killer, while residents of the rural community are on edge, knowing there is an animal torturer on the loose. More from my colleagues Kathleen Brady Shea and Bonnie Cook here.

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