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Reward Offered In Death Of Stray Johnson County Dog

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JOHNSON COUNTY, Ky. (EKB) - A heartbroken group of workers at an Eastern Kentucky dollar store are offering a reward for information leading to the death of their beloved "stray" dog.

In the Staffordsville community, employees at the Dollar General store had a friendly regular. A stray dog had been adopted by the workers and customers, who fed the animal daily. They lovingly called him "Dollar Dog."

It came as an utter surprise when someone placed a large pile of dog food between the center lines of Route 40 near the store. The dog ended up being killed by a car.

It was a big enough pile that the workers believe it was an intentional act. 

The devastated workers and members of the community are offering a reward for information leading to charges. The reward is totaled at $650.00 but neighbors are rallying together to increase that reward.

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