Elk Point RCMP investigates after calf shot with arrow
RCMP are investigating after someone shot an arrow into a calf while the animal was out to pasture last month. Elk Point RCMP were called to a rural property near Range Road 63 northeast of the town on Sept. 24, after a report of animal cruelty, police said Thursday.
Police found a black calf with the arrow sticking out of its neck. Investigators believe the animal, which has since recovered from the injury, was shot sometime between Sept. 23 and 24 while in a pasture. The arrow is black and has orange fletching and a bright green knock.
RCMP are asking anyone with information about who shot the calf to call the Elk Point detachment or Crime Stoppers.
The town of 1,452 is located around 200 km east of Edmonton.
Elk Point RCMP are investigating a case of animal cruelty after a calf was shot in the neck with an arrow on a rural property northeast of Elk Point, Alta. near Range Road 63. Investigators believe the calf was shot sometime between Sept. 23 and 24. The calf has since recovered.