By Stephanie Haney For Dailymail.com
Published: 18:42 BST, 2 May 2019 | Updated: 07:37 BST, 3 May 2019
A reward is being offered to help find the people or person responsible for the death of a 10-week old puppy, found in a crate submerged in water in a New Jersey pond.
The body of the Golden Retriever was found by an animal rescue worker, inside a cage that was being weighed down in the water by a crystal vase at Greenwood Pond in West Milford.
The rescue officer with The Last Resort Rescue said the pup, which the Passaic County nonprofit organization has named Jenny, was 'ice cold' and soaking wet when found, Fox News reported.
The rescue is offering a reward of $7,000, amassed through Facebook donations for anyone who provides information leading to the arrest of the person responsible for Jenny's death.
'We want justice for this little girl,' the group said over social media. 'That is all we can do for her now.'
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT A reward is being offered to help find the person responsible for the death of a 10-week old puppy, found in a crate submerged in water in a New Jersey pond (pictured)
The puppy was found with pee pads stuck to her head with a small amount of blood on them, along with the crystal vase