- Associated Press - Friday, September 12, 2014

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) - State officials are asking the public for information on two unrelated poaching cases involving bull elk which were killed out of season late last month in northern Arizona.

The Game and Fish Department says one incident took place on the Coconino National Forest about three miles northeast of Clint’s Well near milepost 294 on State Route 87. The department says the poacher shot the elk, took the meat and left the antlers.

The second case involves a young bull elk killed about a mile from the Coconino County Fairgrounds outside Flagstaff. An archer shot the animal twice, and it was left to waste.

The department says its investigators have limited evidence or other information in both cases.


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