The Bucks County SPCA is offering a $500 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) responsible for killing and injuring five Chinese Geese in Solebury Township on Thursday, February 9, 2017.
Four Chinese Geese were killed and one injured during the mid-morning hours on Thursday while in a retention pond located at the intersection of Aquetong Road and Woods End Drive. The birds appeared to have been shot with a firearm; necropsy is still pending. A community member notified Bucks County SPCA and Solebury Township Police after hearing shots being fired and finding the birds deceased in the pond and on the snow bank. The suspect(s) was witnessed leaving the scene in a large SUV.
“No domestic animal deserves to have their life ended in such a heinous manner. We would like to see the person(s) responsible for this act brought to justice.” says Nikki Thompson, Chief Humane Officer for Bucks County SPCA. “We ask any members of our community with information about this situation to please contact us so that we can be sure that the person(s) responsible are held accountable.”
Please report relevant information to Chief Humane Officer Nikki Thompson at 215.794-7425 or email@example.com.
Learn more about the Bucks County SPCA’s efforts to prevent and investigate animal cruelty.
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