PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) donated an additional $5,000 on Wednesday to an $870 reward that is being offered to anyone with any information on who brutally killed two farm animals in Hoschton over the weekend — one that was worth at least $30,000.
The deaths include a $30,000 female Huacaya alpaca named Sandi Lynn and a $5,000 male llama named Patches from a Hoschton farm off Dee Kennedy Road early Saturday morning, June 28, sometime after 1:30 a.m. “We are devastated,” Angie Gilliland, said. “These were like our children.”
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