HONOLULU - The Hawaiian Humane Society is looking for a man convicted of animal cruelty in the second degree, and is asking for your help.

Steven Boos failed to turn himself in to serve his 30-day jail sentence after being convicted of severely abusing and almost killing a silky terrier. Tulip the terrier, suffered multiple injuries including head trauma, broken ribs and a fractured pelvis.

According the Hawaiian Human Society, Boos showed no remorse throughout the investigation or court proceedings.

There is a $7,000 reward contributed by concerned citizens,for any information leading to his arrest. The Hawaiian Humane Society asks that you call 356-2250 if you know any information on Boos whereabouts.