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Deer hunting reported in Moorhead city limits

November 8, 2011

From CrookstonTimes.com

Moorhead police are investigating a report of deer hunting in city limits during Minnesota's firearms deer opener.

Police got a report of a deer being shot in north Moorhead about 9:15 a.m.

Sunday. Witnesses standing on the Fargo, N.D., side of the Red River say two hunters shot the deer with a rifle but fled the area immediately.

Two men in their mid-20s returned to the scene about a half-hour later in a newer dark-blue smaller SUV missing the driver's side front hubcap. One man wore red and the other wore orange.

Anyone with information is asked to call Moorhead police.

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