Wardens Looking For Poacher Who Shot Pregnant Doe

The Washington Department of Fish and Game is looking for information about whoever shot a pregnant doe. The deer was days away from delivering twins when she was shot and left to die.

They posted the following to their Facebook page.

WDFW Police are investigating the alleged poaching of an adult pregnant doe in the Battle Ground area of Clark County. “The doe was left to waste in the area of the BG 2000 line, which is located off of N.E. Berry Road,” Officer Van Vladricken said, “The doe was found with multiple bullet wounds and had twin fawns (both male) days away from being born.” The deer is believed to have been shot between the evenings of Thursday the 23rd and Friday the 24th. The deer was left on sight to waste and was found days later.
“We are currently seeking assistance from the public to assist us in identifying any suspects or vehicles that may have been involved,” Van Vladricken said.
Anyone who might have information regarding the incident is encouraged to call the WDFW at 360-902-2928, visit the department’s website at 
wdfw.wa.gov by clicking on violations, or text WDFWTIP to 847411.
Those who provide information leading to an arrest may be eligible for a cash reward or bonus points for special permit hunting opportunities.

I hope they catch the people responsible of this atrocity and the judge throws the book at them.