2 Dolphines stabbed on Florida beach: Police offer $20k reward


Authorities are offering a $20,000 reward for help in finding the person who killed two dolphins on Florida’s Gulf Coast, according to reports.

As per Fox13, biologists with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission found a dead dolphin off the coast of Naples on January 30. The animal had been struck by a bullet or sharp object, according to NOAA’s Office of Law Enforcement.

Then, that same week, experts with Emerald Coast Wildlife Refuge found another dolphin with a bullet in its left side on Pensacola Beach.

Tracy Dunn, assistant director of NOAA’s South East Division Office of Law Enforcement said:

“These cases are right up there with some of the worst we have seen.”


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