Reward in dog deaths case at Macon shelter hits $13,000 | Pets | Macon.com

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Oct

Reward in dog deaths case at Macon shelter hits $13,000 | Pets | Macon.com

Less than a week since a fatal dogfight at a Macon rescue shelter, the potential reward for tips that lead authorities to the culprits has grown to $13,000.

Tuesday, the Humane Society of the United States announced up to $5,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the break-in at All About Animals, a rescue organization that primarily saves animals from the Bibb County pound. That money is on top of $8,000 in reward cash offered through Macon Regional CrimeStoppers.

Warren Selby, chairman of the CrimeStoppers board of directors, said the $8,000 includes a previously announced $5,000 commitment from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals and $3,000 from local contributions.

Selby said Tuesday that one tip in the case has come in, and it has been passed on to the Macon Police Department, which is overseeing the investigation.

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