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PostSubject: Fish Hatchery Vandalism   Wed Dec 22, 2010 2:16 pm

VANDALISM KILLS 15,000 HATCHERY TROUT; INFORMATION SOUGHT

MILFORD, N.H. -- The New Hampshire Fish and Game and Milford Police departments
are looking for any information regarding an act of vandalism that occurred at
the Milford Fish Hatchery. At approximately 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, December 18,
2010, a water pumping station located off North River Road in Milford, N.H., was
broken into. During the break-in, a water pump was shut off, resulting in the
mortality of approximately 15,000 rainbow trout at the hatchery. These fish were
to be stocked this spring by Fish and Game for anglers to enjoy across the
Monadnock Region.

The pump station is located in a popular recreational area, so we are hopeful
that anyone who has any information regarding this incident will come forward,
said Conservation Officer Lt. Craig Morrocco.

New Hampshire Fish and Game Department Conservation Officers and the Milford
Police Department are conducting a joint investigation into the incident.

Anyone with information is asked to please call the New Hampshire Fish and Game
Department at 603-271-3361 or the Milford Police Department at
603-249-0630. Callers wishing to remain anonymous may call the Operation Game
Thief 24-hour hotline at: 1-800-344-4262, or report online at
http://www.HuntNH.com/OGT.

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