The Board of Supervisors approved a $25,000 reward Tuesday for information leading to whoever has been burning dogs with caustic chemicals in the Antelope Valley.
Supervisor Michael Antonovich initially said he would ask his colleagues to approve a $10,000 reward. But he announced last week he was increasing the amount to $25,000, which includes contributions from private sources, the supervisor said.
“By increasing this reward, we hope to encourage the public to come forward with any information that will help us identify, apprehend and prosecute those responsible for these depraved acts of cruelty,” Antonovich said. (Read full article via MyNewsLA)