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ARCO, Idaho (AP) — Wildlife officials in eastern Idaho are looking for whoever used a vehicle to run down and kill four antelope in an agricultural field.
Idaho Fish and Game officials say the three does and one fawn were killed Aug. 27 near midnight west of Mud Lake
Fish and Game officials say an agricultural worker noticed vehicle headlights in the field during the evening and notified authorities after finding the antelope dead the next day.
Fish and Game says a reward of up to $1,000 is possible for providing information leading to the apprehension of the person responsible.
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