Tuesday, September 2, 2014
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Reward grows to 25k in Chesco dog killing case

The reward for information leading to the culprit in the case of the two slain dogs in Chester County has grown again today.

Reward grows to 25k in Chesco dog killing case

The reward for information leading to the culprit in the case of the two slain dogs in Chester County has grown again today.

This time a $10,000 donation from the Montgomery County-based Brook Lenfest Foundation has sent the total up to $25,000. Investigators say they have lots of tips but no hard leads yet toward solving the bizarre shooting.

Meanwhile, the family who owned the dead dogs is thanking the public for their help and donations. More from my colleague Kathleen Brady Shea here.

Amy Worden Inquirer Staff Writer
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