Nebraska Game and Parks Commission officials want the public’s help to identify two men who apparently shot and killed a deer out of season in the Omaha area.
Game and Parks reports hunters who had placed a camera in the Ponca Hills area for the upcoming deer firearms season got photos of two individuals dragging a deer. At least one of them had a gun.
The camera was placed on private land with permission in the vicinity of Ponca Road and Shongaska Road in Douglas County.
Game and Parks gives the following description: the individuals appear to be in their late teens or early 20s. A dark-haired individual was wearing a shirt with horizontal strips and shorts. The other individual had dark hair and was wearing a light hooded sweatshirt and cuffed pants.
You can call Nebraska Wildlife Crimestoppers at 1-800-742-7627 with information or you can contact a conservation officer. You can remain anonymous and might be eligible for a cash reward.