GAIN increases reward to $5,000 for arrest in Talofofo dog drowning


GAIN continues to seek information in the drowning of a small dog in Talofofo. Thanks to the incredible generosity of an anonymous donor, the reward leading to an arrest in the case is now $5,000 (it was previously $3,000).

One can provide information and collect the reward while remaining anonymous. GAIN encourages anyone with information to contact Guam Crime Stoppers at 477-HELP (4357) or

GAIN says it does not have new information about the case since its last public notice, but the non-profit organization hopes that someone in the community may know something and is willing to share it.

“Somebody tied a dog to a rock using rope and duct tape, and drowned it in a river. This sadistic killer is a danger to others, humans and animals. Please help us stop them,”  said Cyrus Luhr, GAIN board president.

(News release from GAIN)