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Reward Offered In Extreme Animal Cruelty Case

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LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) - A $2,300 reward is being offered for information on what Ingham County Animal Controls calls an "Extreme Case of Animal Cruelty" According to police, a pit buill was stabbed multiple times on September 6 before being hanged on Illinois Avenue in Lansing.

Police have not made any arrests, but they do have two suspects and believe more people may have been involved. They are asking anyone with information to come forward.

If you saw anything, contact Jamie at the Ingham County Animal Shelter by calling (517) 676-8376 or send an email to jmcaloon@ingham.org.

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