If you have any information on this case please contact the Maine Warden Service with details. This is the second known incident of a deer killed at night in the Central Maine area in the last week.
The Maine Warden Service is seeking information in connection to the report of a deer killed on the morning of Thursday, July 20 on the Pooler Road in Pittsfield.
Evidence at the scene suggests that a deer was killed in a cornfield and dragged to the road and then loaded into the suspect’s vehicle. After collecting evidence and interviewing witnesses, it is believed that the deer was killed between 1:00 a.m. and 2:00 a.m. The vehicle involved is believed to be a darker colored, 1990’s model, boxier style extended cab truck. The truck may have a longer bed and a louder than normal exhaust.
We are asking anyone with information to please contact the Maine Warden Service by calling Maine OGT at 1-800-ALERT-US (1-800-253-7887 – you can remain anonymous) or Public Safety Dispatch in Augusta at 207-624-7076.
Maine Operation Game Thief (OGT) offers rewards for information and tips leading to the conviction of fish and game violations.
This is the second known incident of a deer killed at night in the Central Maine area in the last week. At this time, the cases are not believed to be connected. Game wardens rely on assistance from the public and ask everyone to be vigilant in reporting information about any odd or suspicious activity.