Fish and Wildlife Enforcement investigating two allegedly illegal moose killings
The Department of Fisheries and Land Resources, Fish and Wildlife Enforcement, is seeking the public’s assistance relating to an incident where two moose are alleged to have been illegally killed.
According to press release issued last week, the alleged incident occurred on or about Oct. 14, near the Dunrovin Motel in Lethbridge.
Enforcement officers say they received information from a concerned member of the public reporting two moose were lying in a field near the motel.
Upon arriving at the location, officers determined that both animals, an adult female and calf, had been shot.
An investigation into this incident is ongoing.
Officers are asking anyone who has any information, or who may have seen suspicious behaviour in that area around Oct. 14, to contact the Fish and Wildlife Enforcement Clarenville Detachment located at 26 Manitoba Drive at 709-4664084.
Information can also be provided anonymously, toll-free to Fish and Wildlife Enforcement at 1-877-820-0999 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222TIPS.
Anonymous online reports can also be submitted at www. stoppoaching.ca or www.nlcrimestoppers.com.