Some Monster Is Leaving Thumb Tacks In Ipswich Dog Park
Ipswich City Council is offering a $5000 reward to catch vandals who scattered hundreds of dog food pellets laced with thumb tacks in a public park on the weekend.
Acting Ipswich Mayor Paul Tully reported the incident to police on Sunday after residents discovered the tacks scattered across the Augustine Heights Dog Park near Springfield.
Residents and council officers have cleared the site and council is offering a reward on Monday for information that leads to a conviction.
"Any dog that ate these thumb tacks could suffer a painful and excruciating death," Mr Tully said.
"If anyone knows who is responsible they should report them to the police to prevent this ever happening again."
Queensland Police have encouraged anyone with information to contact them on 131 444.