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Farm Watch Alert: Suspected Hare Coursing in Wilcot area of Pewsey

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Katrina Fleet (Police, Communications Officer, Wiltshire)

Suspected hare coursing in the Wilcot area of Pewsey, four males with dogs in a red Subaru estate vehicle. 

Please report any information to 101, Log 104 refers.

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