Guam Animals in Need is offering a $1,000 reward for information on a decapitated dog that was found at the Merizo cemetery last Friday.

Mayor Ernest Chargualaf said the animal's carcass was found on a second level crypt and blood was strewn about. Chargualaf says his staff removed and disposed of the dog before they reported the incident to police.

In a news release, GAIN said the reward is for anyone who can provide information leading to an arrest. President Cyrus Lohr called it a "violent and disturbing" situation. He says people are fed up and scared for their pets, families, and community. He added, "we can't turn a blind eye to this sick violence."