Mule Deer Hidden and Left to Waste Near Swift Current

On November 25, 2014 Swift Current Conservation Officers received a call about a mule deer that was shot and hidden near a round bale stack 2 miles south of Swift Current, SK, leaving it to waste. The deer had been dressed but not skinned and only the antlers had been removed and taken. None of the meat was removed from the deer and the entire carcass was wasted. Conservation Officers are confident that the deer was transported to the area after being hung in a warm place. Some evidence was collected at the location. Your help is needed to solve this wildlife crime.

 

2018-06-08T16:03:32+00:00