Missouri Department of Conservation need help finding who dumped deer

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Missouri Department of Conservation need help finding who dumped deer

Conservation agents are seeking information about the illegal dumping and wanton waste of three deer that occurred at the Joe Crighton Access along the James River near Springfield.

All three deer were dumped either late Sunday night or early Monday morning, according to the Missouri Department of Conservation. Conservation agent Kevin Zielke said all three deer had been shot and field dressed before they were left in a pile.

He said he had no idea why anyone would do that.

Fortunately, with cold overnight temperatures, the deer meat was still salvageable. Zielke said it was donated to people who could use it.

MDC is seeking the public’s help finding who dumped the deer. Contact Operation Game Thief with tips at 1-800-392-1111 or the MDC Southwest Regional Office at 417-895-6880.

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