An $870 reward is being offered to anyone with any knowledge of who and why someone would shoot and kill 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.”
Gilliland and her husband, Jim, run the farm that is located in Barrow County, but “is right on the Jackson County line.”