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Hare coursers lose vehicle after being caught in March




Two hare coursers had their vehicle seized in March after they were stopped on Thursday afternoon by officers of Cambridgeshire Rural Crime Action Team.

Posting to their Facebook page Fenland Police said it was the second time the men had been stopped. They were both reported for breaching Covid lockdown rules.

They were also given community protection notices and dispersal orders, as well as losing their Cherokee vehicle.

These hare coursers were caught in March and had their vehcile seized. (44180730)
These hare coursers were caught in March and had their vehcile seized. (44180730)

For more about rural crime follow RCAT on Twitter @Cambsruralcops

Also on Tuesday the Lincolnshire Rural Crime Team dealt with hare coursers in Parson Drove.

These hare coursers were caught in March and had their vehcile seized. (44180724)
These hare coursers were caught in March and had their vehcile seized. (44180724)
These hare coursers were caught in March and had their vehcile seized. (44180727)
These hare coursers were caught in March and had their vehcile seized. (44180727)


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