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Dead animals found in South Bend prompts Maryland group to offer $750 reward

Alley Cat Allies is offering $750 for any information leading to the identification of anyone who may have been responsible for the nearly two-dozen dead animals found in a South Bend alley.

Posted on March 27, 2014 at 7:14 p.m.

A non-profit organization in Maryland is offering a cash reward for any information about the almost two-dozen cats and other animals found dead in a South Bend alley, as reported by The Elkhart Truth's news partner WNDU.

Alley Cat Allies is offering $750 for information that leads to the identification of anyone who may have been responsible for killing the animals.

South Bend Animal Care and Control and the South Bend Police Department are looking into the deaths.

Find out more about the incident in the South Bend alleyway by reading the full story at WNDU.


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