Reward Increases in Burned Dog Case

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Private donors have contributed to the reward for the arrest and conviction of whomever set a dog on fire Wednesday in the Arden-Arcade area.

The reward now stands at $13,500.

Investigators say someone set a dog on fire inside a crate in front of the Oaks Plains Masonic Lodge on Becerra Way, near Marconi Avenue. The dog was burned alive.

Anyone with information can call Metro Fire’s Arson tipline at (916) 859-3775.


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