BELLINGHAM, Wash. — A $500 reward is being offered for information related to a case of vandalism in Bellingham, Washington, over the weekend.
Over 100 lbs. of dog feces was dumped onto the car of the owner of Tails-A-Wagging, a dog-training company, on April 15, 2018.
A person close to the situation told KIRO 7, "The feces was a mixture of old and new, and had been collected for a while. The size of the various fecal dropping varied, suggesting multiple dogs' waste had been collected. There was a Ziploc baggie near the bottom of the pile ... with the word 'Training,' suggesting a bag of treats used but needing to be organized separately from other treats. There is also a ripped dog toy, (a) blue/white snowflake. There were rocks of various size mixed in, suggesting the area the feces was collected from was a gravel area."
The $500 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest.
Anyone with information on the vandalism is asked to contact the Bellingham Police Department at (360) 778-8800 and Tails-A-Wagging at (360) 733-7387.
Tails-A-Wagging is located at 3959 Hammer Dr., Bellingham, WA 98226. Click here to visit the Tails-A-Wagging website.
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