Yellowstone National Park officials are asking the public for any information they might have about three bison that were shot along the road in the northern part of the park.

"Park rangers determined that the bison were likely shot between the evening of March 13 and the morning of March 15, alongside the road in the Blacktail Plateau area of northern Yellowstone," said Yellowstone Park Public Affairs spokeswoman Amy Bartlett.

The circumstances around the shootings are still vague and no photos or descriptions of vehicles, or individuals have been released. There is, however, a lot of money available for anyone with information.

"A reward of up to $5,000 is being offered for information that leads to the arrest or conviction of the individual or individuals responsible for the crime," Bartlett said.

Those with info are asked to call the Yellowstone tip line at (307) 344-2132.