Members of the San Diego Animal Advocates on December 15 continued their demonstration on the corner of Nimitz Boulevard and Rosecrans Street in search of a dog killer who attacked in the vicinity early morning December 11. The victim, a nine-month old male German Shepherd, was stabbed over fifty times in the abdomen, chest, and throat.
The County of San Diego department of animal services is searching for information leading to the assailant who would likely have been marked with blood, dog hair, scratches, and/or bites.
As the San Diego Animal Advocates continued their demonstration, they received another $500 donation to add to their contribution of the reward offered for any information leading to the arrest and conviction of the killer. The total reward offered now is $5000 with $3,500 contributed by the San Diego Animal Advocates and $1,500 by In Defense of Animals.