The Evansville community is reeling from the senseless and heinous murder of a beloved family pet, Cheeto.

Cheeto, Beloved Dog, Target of Brutal Shooting

On the unfortunate afternoon of Thursday, November 2, between 10-12:30, Cheeto was shot multiple times from behind and callously discarded in a ditch on the 8500 block of Boonville New Harmony Rd. The perpetrator callously removed Cheeto's identification tag, preventing the distraught family from being notified promptly.

PHOTO: Amber Seib
PHOTO: Amber Seib
loading...

Everyone Loved Cheeto

Cheeto was not just a pet; he was a cherished member of the community, affectionately known and adored by many. His untimely demise has left not just one family but an entire neighborhood heartbroken. It's become apparent that Cheeto's warm and loving nature has touched the lives of countless people, leaving an indelible mark on the community.

PHOTO: Amber Seib
PHOTO: Amber Seib
loading...

Cheeto, the Beloved Dog, Fatally Shot and Abandoned

Tragically, Cheeto succumbed to his injuries on November 3rd, leaving his family utterly shattered. The circumstances surrounding his passing leave no doubt that this was a deliberate and malicious act. Despite the irreparable loss, the family and the community are determined to seek justice for Cheeto. The perpetrator must be held accountable for this reprehensible act, not just for the family but for Cheeto's memory and the sense of safety within the neighborhood.

PHOTO: Amber Seib
PHOTO: Amber Seib
loading...

Help Identify Cheeto's Attacker $3,000 Reward for Leads

In an effort to bring the perpetrator to justice, the family has announced a reward of $3,000 for any information leading to the arrest of the individual responsible. Anyone with information is urged to contact the We-Tip Hotline at (812) 421-6297. Confidentiality is guaranteed for all informants.

Only 13 States Have Official State Dogs...

Get our free mobile app

LOOK: First Photos Of 'The Walmart Of The Future'

Walmart is making a major overhaul of its stores adding features while upgrading others. The company is putting $9 billion into the project which will change nearly 1,400 stores across the company. Here is an inside look at the changes that debuted at the first 117 stores that recently celebrated grand reopenings.

Gallery Credit: Rob Carroll

More From My WJLT 105.3