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Released by the Harrison County Sheriff's Office:

HARRISON COUNTY, TX (KLTV) - Harrison County investigators are continuing to actively seek information of the death of the dachshund in Hallsville.

After review of the picture of the dog, two local veterinarians have stated the injuries are consistent with the dog possibly being hit in the roadway and run over.

The fund that has been established as a reward fund is not being administered by the Harrison County Sheriff's Office and is being administered by the owner of Hemi, Ms. Smiddy.

No reward has been offered by Crimestopper or any other police agency. Any further information may be sent to the Harrison County Sheriff's Office at 903-923-4000.


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