A number of the stays of three mule deer have been dumped on U.S. Forest Service property on Mom’s Day weekend in Park County, and Colorado Parks and Wildlife is providing a reward for info on the unlawful poaching.

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Anybody who supplies details about the deer killings that results in expenses might obtain a $1,000 reward, based on a information launch from CPW.

The partial stays have been discovered within the space of Park County Highway 90, north of Eleven Reservoir, the discharge stated. Two of the deer had wounds from a broadhead arrow and have been possible shot with a bow or crossbow.

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Rangers additionally discovered raccoon and fox stays on the identical location, based on the discharge.

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Anybody with info is requested to name 303-291-7227 or 1-8-77-265-6648 or e-mail [email protected] Callers might stay nameless.


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