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Great Barton: Three from Surrey reported for hare coursing in West Suffolk field

17:14 14 February 2014

Hare coursing

Hare coursing

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Three men will be appearing in court in connection with hare coursing after being stopped by officers in Great Barton.

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Police received a report of hare coursing in progress in a field off Brand Road at around 1:25pm this afternoon, Friday, February 14.

Officers attended the scene and a black 4x4 vehicle was stopped nearby.

An 18-year-old man and two 23-year-old men all from Surrey have been reported for summons to court for hare coursing.

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