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TX: Arrows Shot at Fountain Valley Geese

Arrows Shot at Fountain Valley Geese, $2K Reward Offered

Three geese have been shot with hunting arrows at Mile Square Regional Park.

April 17, 2011

FOUNTAIN VALLEY (KTLA) -- A $2,000 reward is being offered to anyone with information on who is responsible for the shooting of three Canada geese with hunting arrows at Mile Square Regional Park in Fountain Valley last week.

One of the three is still alive at a Costa Mesa veterinary hospital.

One of the geese was reportedly euthanized last week because of a severe shoulder wound.

Another died after undergoing surgery.

Police were posted in the area Friday night but did not catch anyone in the act.

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