AR-News: (US) Profiler Joins Cat Mutilation Task Force

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Thu Jul 3 08:13:37 EDT 2003

AURORA, Colo. -- Forensic experts, veterinarians and a psychologist have
been added to a task force trying to track down whoever is responsible for
a string of cat mutilations.

Police said Wednesday they have no suspects despite receiving 200 tips.
Denver's Guardian Angels plan to canvass Aurora and its surroundings
beginning next week. They will hand out fliers in a door-to-door campaign
to encourage residents to keep their pets indoors and report suspicious
Police in Salt Lake City are investigating a similar string of pet
The penalties for misdemeanor animal cruelty charges range from six to 18
months in jail, and $500 to $5,000 in fines.

A reward of $14,500 is being offered for information about the mutilations
in Colorado.

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