Authorities have set up a reward fund after an Arkansas family found 10 of their animals slaughtered last week on their farm.
The Woodruff County Sheriff’s Department is looking for leads into the Dec. 28 massacre of animals at the Ferrell Wiggins’ property in the Pumpkin Bend community. Fenced animals including goats, an alpaca, and a calf were slain. A $500 cash reward will be offered to anyone with information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for this heinous act.
On Facebook, the Woodruff County Sheriff’s Department said:
“The outpouring of support we have received on the tragic incident that happened on the Wiggins Farm, has been unbelievable! We appreciate each and every one of you. Tuesday morning we will be setting up an account at Merchant and Planters Bank in McCrory. The account name will be Wiggins Reward Fund. Once again, we want to thank each one of you for your thoughts and concerns as we investigate this matter.”
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