Animals Attacked In Manheim, Pennsylvania

January 7, 2000  Manheim, Pennsylvania - Between December 31st, New Year's Eve, and January 1, 2000, a black Italian duck and several rabbits were attacked and killed in Manheim, Pennsylvania about fifteen miles northwest of Lancaster. Since then, more kills have extended to sheep and goats and now the State Dog Warden and Pennsylvania Game Commission are trying to find out what's responsible for the attacks. Their main suspect is a dog.

The first office to receive attack reports was the Penn Township Police, in Manheim. Police Chief Larry Snavely described what has happened so far.

 

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