An animal-rights group has offered a reward of "up to $5,000" for information in a Macon animal-shelter break-in that led to the death of three dogs.
PETA announced the reward by news release Friday afternoon.
Someone broke into the All About Animals shelter sometime Wednesday night or Thursday morning and released dozens of dogs from their cages. Many were aggressive "bully" breeds.
Three dogs fought and about 14 others were injured, the shelter group says.
Macon police have not released any information on the intruder or intruders, and the shelter says they have no video-surveillance system.
Anyone with information on the case can call Macon Regional Crimestoppers at 1-877-68-CRIME.