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Poachers Wanted: Authorities seeking help from the public in waterfowl dumping case

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CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -

ODNR Division of Wildlife authorities are asking for help from the public to locate suspects in a waterfowl dumping case at the Chagrin River Reservation of Cleveland Metroparks.

Over two dozen dead Canada geese and mallards were tossed over a cliff next to the Chagrin River in early January. While authorities received several tips following the discovery of the shot waterfowl, no arrests have been made thus far.

If you have information, please call the Turn-In-A-POACHER (TIP) hotline at 1-800-POACHER (762-2437) or CLICK HERE.

Give your name or just the facts; reports can be submitted anonymously.

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