Reward to find killer of Pepe increasing through contributions
The reward to find Pepe's killer has increase to $210, said his owner Geralyn Lyons of Weissport.
Her precious pet's life was snuffed out by a vicious act of violence sometime on Saturday. He died after he was shot by an arrow that not only pierced his body, but went all the way through it, with most of the entire length of the arrow remaining lodged in his body. Pepe was a black longhair domestic cat and was approximately 1-1/2 years old.
Lyons brought her cat in a kitchen window Saturday night and found that an arrow had gone through his body.
Lyons said that the $100 reward has increased due to generous donations from Larry Consoli of Summit Hill and Ralph Armill. Anyone who can shed light on who shot Pepe should call Weissport police.