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Police target illegal Hunting and Trespassing

POLICE CONTINUE TO TARGET ILLEGAL HUNTING TRESPASSING


Police in the South East continue to have a strong focus on patrolling and targeting rural crime related issues particularly related to stock theft, property theft, illegal hunting and trespassing.


NSW National Parks and Wildlife have now closed all camping grounds, visitor centres, visitation areas and historic sites in response to Covid 19.


These patrols will continue in various areas of the Monaro District and Sth East NSW surrounds.


Should you see or know of any offences being committed or suspicious activity please contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.



Above: On Wednesday 1 April, 2020 police from Captains Flat conducted patrols in Tallaganda National Park, State Forests and several private properties.

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