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U.S. Humane Society offers reward for information dog’s killing in Harrah

By Tim Henley Modified: January 15, 2009 at 9:09 am •  Published: January 15, 2009
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photo - Right: Squiggy, a Welsh corgi, was found dead at a housing addition in Harrah. PHOTO PROVIDED BY SONJA MALASKE
Right: Squiggy, a Welsh corgi, was found dead at a housing addition in Harrah. PHOTO PROVIDED BY SONJA MALASKE
HARRAH — The Humane Society is offering a $2,500 reward for information regarding the killing of a dog in Harrah.

Squiggy, an 8-year-old Welsh corgi, was found dead Dec. 28 in the Horseshoe Lake housing addition. There were two gunshot wounds in the dog’s chest. The dog belonged to Sonya Malaske, her husband and three children.

The Malaske family is offering a $200 reward in addition to the Humane Society’s reward.

Tim Henley, Staff Writer


To report information
Anyone with

information can call the Oklahoma

County Sheriff

at 869-2501

or the Malaske

family at 830-4791.

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