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Wildlife officials seek information regarding poaching crime

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The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources is offering a reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the illegal taking of a mature bull elk south of the Hiawatha Road. The bull has been dead a month or two and may have been killed during the January cow elk hunt. Depending on the information received, the reward may be as high as $1,000.

Sergeant Carl Gramlich of the Price DWR office is leading the investigation. He is asking that anyone, having knowledge of this poaching incident, call him at 636-0277. All information will be held in strict confidentiality, and the caller may remain anonymous. The poacher or poachers have stolen a nice bull elk from sportsmen, who might have had the opportunity to hunt this animal next fall.

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