Reward For Capture Of Dirtbag Dog-Beater Already Up To $7,000
If you know this creep, call the cops -- there's $7,000 in it for you.
It's been less than 24 hours since the NYPD released video of some creep beating the crap out of a dog in an elevator at a Harlem housing project, and the reward for this scumbag's capture already is up to $7,000.
This morning, the reward for information leading to this asshole's capture was $2,000. However, People for the Ethical Treatments of Animals has added an addition $5,000 to the pot to help bring this coward to justice.
"Animal abusers are cowards," PETA Director Martin Mersereau says. "They take their issues out on the most defenseless beings available to them. New York residents have good reason to be concerned. According to law-enforcement agencies and leading mental-health professionals, perpetrators of violent acts against animals are often repeat offenders who pose a serious threat to all animals--including humans."
The beating happened in an elevator at the Wagner Houses on East 120th Street on August 26.
As you can see in the video embedded below, the sadistic motherfucker repeatedly kicks and slaps the dog, all as the pooch cowers in an attempt to get away from this piece of human garbage.
The monster is still on the loose -- and probably still is in possession of the dog. At the time of the beating, this piece of shit was wearing a red Aeropostale t-shirt, shorts, and a New York Yankees baseball hat.
Anyone with information about this dick-bag is asked to call CrimeStoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS. Again, if we left out any derogatory descriptions of this piece of human garbage, feel free to leave your own in the comment section below.
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