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GAIN now offering $3,000 for Yigo canine killer

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They're upping the reward. Guam Animals In Need has increased the reward to $3,000 for information leading to the arrest or grand jury indictment of a dog killer in Yigo.

Pugua was found shot to death - likely with a handgun - on private property.

GAIN previously released a description for a person of interest who reportedly made threats to Pugua and other dogs in the neighborhood prior. He is described as a 6-foot Chamorro man with tattoos and short black hair. The man was seen walking near Pugua's home with a pregnant woman and two young children.

Pugua and three other dogs were shot along this street in recent weeks.

The cash reward was donated by anonymous donors as well as donors from the Rotary Club of Guam and territorial veterinarian, Dr. Thomas Poole.

If you have any information, you are urged to call Guam Crimestoppers at 477-HELP or text 486-HELP. You can also call GAIN at 653-4246.

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