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'Hare coursers made threats' when confronted in Quadring Eaudyke




Police are investigating a report of hare coursing in which it was said that threats were made by the offenders.

A member of the public, posting on social media, said that dead hares had been seen being loaded into a vehicle in the Quadring Eaudyke area on Wednesday (Dec 18).

When the alleged hare coursers were confronted, the person said that the offenders shouted out threats.

Lincolnshire Police say they received a report of hare coursing on Wednesday (Dec 18).
Lincolnshire Police say they received a report of hare coursing on Wednesday (Dec 18).

A spokesperson for Lincolnshire Police said: "We received a report of an allegation of hare coursing and threats made. Three male suspects left the area in a dark coloured vehicle, possibly a Honda.

"This happened at around 12.35pm on December 18 in Quadring Eaudyke.

"We are investigating this incident and would ask for anyone with any information to contact us on 101, incident 213."

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