The Ruin Creek Animal Protection Society is offering a $5,000 reward for information about the bodies of two dogs found Wednesday along a Vance County roadside.
Vance County Animal Services responded to a call at the 600 block of Pool Rock Road, where the officer found two animal crates – each containing the body of a dog. The wire crate was covered with a tarp and the second crate is beige plastic.
RCAPS President Brandon Boyd stated that the $5,000 reward is offered “to anyone with information that will lead to the arrest and conviction of the individual(s) responsible for this horrible act.”
The dog found in the wire crate, a male, was described as white with black markings. The dog found in the plastic crate, also a male, was described as a brown brindle.
Please contact the Vance County Animal Service office by phone at 252-492-3136 or contact Ruin Creek Animal Protection Society of Henderson NC via Facebook, Instagram or Email at firstname.lastname@example.org with any information.
In the statement, Boyd said “Ruin Creek Animal Protection of Henderson NC fights every day for the rights and welfare of animals and with the support of the Vance County Animal Services Chief Frankie Nobles and the entire VCAS staff along with our faithful and gracious donors, we will continue to fight this and other cases and situations as we remain as committed as ever to make a lasting impact. We are the voice for these animals and we are determined to do everything possible to ensure that anyone who commits, contributes to or tolerates acts of cruelty or inhumane treatment of animals be brought to justice.”