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Another dog is shot and killed in Redmond, and the family is terrified. It happened Tuesday, when Kona, a 3-year-old blue heeler - red border collie mix walked into the owner's house and the family saw blood on her bed when she laid down. Redmond Police tell our news partner, News Channel 21 that this is the second time in a month that a dog has been shot . They do not have any leads.
 

Apparently, Kona was shot with a .22-caliber gun. That's the same gun type that injured a dog just a few days ago; that dog also had to be put down. The owner, Marcus Darms said Kona was a very good dog and not aggressive and never left the yard. He says his kids are terrified. Redmond Police would like to hear from anyone with information about this crime; you can remain anonymous.

 

 

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