Reward doubles for information on Pennsylvania dog who died after being set on fire

Reward doubles for information on Pennsylvania dog who died after being set on fire

Sunday afternoon, a crime that has broken the hearts of animal lovers across the country took place.
Chloe, a young female pit bull mix was discovered on the 700 block of Gray Street, covered in severe burns, according to the Pennsylvania SPCA.

Investigators had reported that the dog appeared to have been doused with an accelerant and set afire; her entire face had been burned, along with her belly and most of her legs. All of the efforts to save Chloe’s life unfortunately failed and she died due the severity on Monday night, not long after being transported to an emergency specialty clinic.

The original reward had been set at $500 for information on the crime, animal lovers nationwide have rallied together in support and donations to support justice for Chloe and the reward has now been set to $1,000 for any information on the case.

Anyone with any information is encouraged to call the Anti-Cruelty Hotline at 1-866-601-7722

Donations to the reward fund can be made at Pennsylvania SPCA or by calling 215-426-6304 Ext. 272.

Image courtesy: PSCPA 
Story/Direct Quotes Courtesy: NBC-10 

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