Palm Harbor, FL-Provided by Wildlife Alert Reward Association of FWC $ 2,500 Information Reward Leads to a subpoena or arrest of person responsible for deer killing in Pinellas County neighborhood.
Neighbors said someone was shooting a deer with a crossbow. At least four deer were found injured. According to the FWC, the fawn died of an injury earlier this week.
“The first was found with an arrow piercing the neck, the next two had arrows on their feet and pierced their feet. One was on the forefoot and the other was on the hindfoot. said Lexie Vanderweit. Neighbor.
“The fourth was a dead fawn.”
ABC Action News saw wildlife police officers patrolling the community of Lansbrook on Friday evening. About two weeks ago, neighbors said they started noticing the deer were injured.
“What happens next?” Who will they get next… our dogs, cats, children, ourselves. Who will they get next? It is a big concern. Vanderwaite said.
Neighbors too Rewards collected on the GoFundMe page. This page raised more than $ 5,000.
Neighbors also put leaflets in the neighborhood.
“This is not an isolated incident. It’s no accident, so who’s next? Who’s next? This person is dangerous for all of us, ”said neighbor Nancy Bloch.
The FWC encourages the general public to call the FWC Wildlife Alert helpline (888-404-3922) to report and share sightings of these deer.
The caller can remain anonymous.
FWC offers $ 2,500 reward for finding someone shooting a deer with a crossbow
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