Friday, February 12, 2016

Owners of slain Chesco dogs seek public's help

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Owners of slain Chesco dogs seek public's help


The owners of the two German short-haired pointers who were shot in the head and placed tail-to-tail beside a railroad track on Sunday spoke out for the first time today.

James Milliner and his family asked the public to help them solve the crime.

Donations have poured in to the Chester County SPCA and the reward leading to the capture and conviction of the killer has mushroomed from $500 to $15,000.

More from my colleague Kathleen Brady Shea here.

Inquirer Staff Writer
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