BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) – Berkeley police are looking for the person who shot and killed three stray animals with a pellet gun last weekend.

The San Francisco Chronicle reports Wednesday that five animals were discovered by a city of Berkeley groundskeeper at the Berkeley Marina Saturday afternoon.

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Found were a feral cat, an opossum, and three raccoons. Three of the animals were already dead and had bullet wounds, but police would not say which ones, the newspaper reported.

Two others were sick. It’s not clear if they were poisoned. A toxicology report on the animals is still pending.

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No arrests have been made. Police do not have a motive in the killings.

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Information from: San Francisco Chronicle

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