(UNION CITY, NEW JERSEY) — On or about February 18, 2017, a Union City resident reported (her/his) cat missing. A few days later the cat returned and appeared to be badly abused. The cat was taken to an animal hospital where it later succumbed to its injuries.
“This is not the typical occurrence that happens in Union City and I am saddened and disappointed by the news of this incident,” Mayor Brian P. Stack said. “I take this matter very seriously so I am offering a reward for any information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the individuals involved in the abuse of this cat.”
Mayor Stack through his civic association, The Brian P. Stack Civic Association, is offering a reward of $2,500 for any information leading to the arrest and conviction of any individuals associated with this incident. “This is a very serious issue and the Union City Police Department could use the community’s assistance in apprehending the individuals who are responsible for such a heinous act,” said the Mayor.
Any persons with information related to this matter are asked to contact the Union City Police Department at (201) 865-1111.