Information Sought for Illegal Killing of Bull Elk, Other Big Game

November 14, 2016 justin haag

Dead bull elk.
This bull elk was unlawfully shot southeast of Crawford. Anyone with information is asked to contact a conservation officer or contact the Wildlife Crimestoppers program. (Nebraska Game and Parks Commission photo)

CHADRON — The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is seeking information about the unlawful shooting and wanton waste of big game animals in northwestern Nebraska, consisting of a bull elk, a pronghorn and two mule deer.

The large bull elk was found in a wheat field along Squaw Mound Road southeast of Crawford, believed to have been killed the night of Saturday, Nov. 12. The pronghorn and two mule deer, all does, were recently found dead near Hemingford.

Rewards are being offered for information leading to conviction of those responsible for the animals’ deaths. Informants may remain anonymous.

People who wish to report information may contact a conservation officer or the Nebraska Wildlife Crimestoppers program at 800-742-7627. More information about the Wildlife Crimestoppers program may be found at


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