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MERIDIAN -- The Idaho Humane Society is now offering a reward for information in the case of injured wild ducks.

Last week, KTVB told you about six ducks that a Meridian woman found in her back yard that had been shot by a dart from a blow-gun.

On Monday, the Idaho Humane Society announced a $5,000 reward in the case.

If you have any information in the case that could lead to an animal cruelty conviction, please call 208-343-3166.

Even though the injured ducks seem to still be able to move around and even fly, the darts could eventually kill the animals.

Sandy Rogers first noticed a darted duck on November 11, and then continued to see more darts in more ducks in the coming weeks.

The neighborhood where the ducks have been sighted is near Meridian Road and Cherry Lane.

The Idaho Humane Society urges citizens to always report any acts animal cruelty or neglect, by calling their local law enforcement or animal control agency.

For more information about the Humane Society, click here.

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