Further report of hare coursing

Fraser Laird reports:

"I have received another report of hare coursing in the Dunshalt area.

Around 1500 hours on the 20th November, two males were spotted by a member of the public walking through a field. The males had two tan greyhound dogs with them, one of which was running free.

The member of the public approached them and asked them what they were doing to which they replied that they were just walking their dogs and one of them had got off the lead. A short conversation took place during which one of the males told him that he had “better watch his vehicle” which was parked nearby.

The males then left the area, got into a silver Vauxhall Astra  which contained a third male and drove off towards Dunshalt.

The two males are described as follows;

First male, 6ft, lean, aged late 40's, dark hair, bad complexion, wrinkled and scarred face, dark short moustache, wearing grey jacket and jeans, baseball cap.

Second male, 5'8" - 5'9", aged late 50's, fat, grey thinning hair.

If you have any information regarding this incident please contact the Police by telephoning 101.”



 Fraser Laird

Community Safety Officer
Violence and Alcohol Reduction Unit - Prevention
Police Scotland

Brunton House
320 High Street
Cowdenbeath
KY4 9QU

Telephone 01383 318745

fraser.laird@scotland.pnn.police.uk
FifePreventandIntervent@Scotland.pnn.police.uk
www.scotland.police.uk 

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