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$1,000 reward offered to learn who shot and killed Plaistow dog
Local business owner Aminda Daviduk of Dunkin’ Donuts contributed $500 toward the reward for any information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for the shooting of Jaycee, a nearly 9-year-old shepherd mix.
Additional donations will be used to cover Jaycee’s X-ray costs and cremation following the shooting on Nov. 19 outside the family’s business, USA 1 Motors.
“That’s huge. It’s very nice of her and I don’t even know who she is,” he said Tuesday.
Curto and his family have received an outpouring of support since Jaycee was killed.
Curto and his mother became worried when Jaycee didn’t return and went outside to look for her. That’s when they found her dead on the ground near railroad tracks. She suffered a gunshot wound to her hindquarter.
Many others have offered their condolences and shares messages on a Facebook page called “Justice for Jaycee.”
Police said they continue to investigate the shooting and are following up on all tips that have been shared in the case.
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