photo: Ministry of Internal Affairs in the Novosibirsk region
The detention of three men for illegal hunting in a forest near the village of Voronikh was reported to the Ministry of Interior in the Novosibirsk region.
The police said that residents of Kyshtovka at the age of 44, 45 and 53 years were stopped on a tracked all-terrain vehicle on suspicion of elk slaughter.
Near the body of an animal, inspectors and policemen saw tracks from caterpillars.
“The men were taken to the police station for investigation. It has been established that they shot the moose without having the appropriate permission, ”the regional headquarters of the Ministry of Internal Affairs reported.
According to a source Sibkray.ru, among the detainees was the director of the Kyshtovsky forestry, Alexei Mitryakov and another employee of the forestry.
The all-terrain vehicle on which they went out for illegal hunting belongs to the leshoz. A moose cow was killed, with two foals left.
“This is all from a sense of impunity. Residents of Kyshtovka repeatedly went to the gatherings – because of problems with the late procurement of firewood, but they also spoke about poaching, ”said Dmitry Stakhanovsky, deputy of the Kyshtovsky District Council of Deputies.
“I have bundles of addresses from residents, and they wrote to the Ministry of Natural Resources. But there was no reaction. ”
Currently, a criminal case has been opened into illegal hunting in the Kyshtovsky district. The question of the preventive measure against detainees.
The director of the leshoz is being searched.
July 23, 2019 at 05:54