$2000 Reward for Information About “Most Offensive” Poaching Case

Idaho Conservation Officers are asking for your help to identify the person or persons responsible for the illegal killing of at least 28 Pronghorn. The crime took place over the span of a few weeks in late January and early February in the Monteview area of Idaho.

According to Regional Conservation Officer Doug Petersen, “This is the most offensive case of poaching I have seen in my entire career!”

The Citizens Against Poaching (CAP) Board has raised the level of reward available to $2,000. Anyone who has information pertaining to this incident can remain anonymous and will be eligible for the reward if the case is prosecuted.

Calls with information can be made at any time of the day or night to 1-800- 632-5999.

If you know something, say something. We cannot let people steal our wildlife.

You can read the East Idaho News Article HERE