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NORTH VERNON, Ind. – Investigators in Jennings County are painting a fuller picture of how a dozen dogs died last week. The animals were discovered after they had been dumped in a wooded area along County Road 740E, south of County Road 1000N, in Columbia Township. Johnson County Animal Control says the dogs were shot with an air rifle and then beaten to death, one was even hung from a tree. Nine of the 12 dogs were puppies. Animal control is looking for whoever is responsible for the deaths and ask you to report anything you might know about the incident by calling 812-346-5111. Authorities with the Jennings County Sheriff’s Department are not saying if they have any leads as of yet. The post Investigators still searching for person responsible in death of 12 dogs appeared first on Local News Digital.