Deer Stand Vandalism Could Be Work Of ‘animal Welfare’ Activists

SOUTHWEST WISCONSIN (Ben Caxton) — Animal welfare activists are suspected of vandalizing several deer stands in at least two counties in western Wisconsin. `Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald said over the weekend that the destruction of a deer stand could be tied to similar incidents in neighboring Dunn County, and could have been done by a group calling itself Animal Liberation Front. A vandalized stands in Dunn County was spray-painted with the message “Hunt the Hunters” and the ALF logo. Fitzgerald said people should watch for vandalism or suspicious activity and call 911 if they see it. He also cautioned property owners to “not approach anyone.” The Dunn County Sheriff’s Office has announced a 600 dollar reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of anyone responsible for the damage to stands there.`

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