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Public Advisory: Fish and Wildlife Enforcement Officers Seek Public Assistance

Media Contact

Luke Joyce
Director of Communications
Department of Justice and Public Safety
709-729-6985, 725-4165
lukejoyce@gov.nl.ca

Thursday, November 06, 2014

On Monday, November 3, Fish and Wildlife Enforcement Officers from the Corner Brook detachment responded to a report that two dead moose had been found south of Corner Brook, near Beaver Pond in the area of Logger's School Road.

Upon arriving at the scene, officers noted that two moose appeared to have been illegally shot and left to rot in close proximity to each other. The incident is believed to have taken place between Thursday, October 30 and Friday, October 31. An investigation into the incident is underway and officers are asking anyone who has information or who may have seen suspicious behaviour in that area to please come forward.

Information can be provided anonymously, toll-free to Fish and Wildlife Enforcement at 1-877-820-0999 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS. Anonymous online reports can also be submitted at  www.stoppoaching.ca    or  www.nlcrimestoppers.com  .

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