David E. Bryant, OGT Vice Chairman
(603) 892-8294 / email@example.com
Sgt. Glen Lucas, Investigating Officer
NH Fish & Game Dept. Region 1
(603) 419-0193 / firstname.lastname@example.org
November 7, 2018
STRATFORD, NH — On approximately October 20, 2018 an adult cow moose was shot, killed, and left to rot at Sugarloaf Pond in Stratford, NH. The individual first shot the moose in the chest and after it was wounded, approached it and delivered the final shot to the head at close range. The individual did not make any attempt to salvage anything from the moose, instead left the moose to rot, wasting hundreds of pounds of meat.
Conservation Officer Sgt. Glen Lucas was assigned and continues to investigate the case. After consulting with Sgt. Lucas, the Board of Directors have issued a $1,000.00 reward for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of the violator. The public is encouraged to keep updated on the case via our Facebook page.
As always, the individual(s) are encouraged to turn themselves in to law enforcement to avoid further penalties. If you have information on this case, you are urged to call the Operation Game Thief Hotline at 1-800-344-4262, report online at www.wildnh.com/ogt or contact Sgt. Lucas directly. Hotline callers may remain anonymous if they wish.
The incident remains under active investigation by the New Hampshire Fish & Game Department Region 1 Office.