The carcass of a deer dropped against a mailbox
Photo courtesy Dominic Gendron
Sunday, December 17, 2017 14:39
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WINDHAM | The Ontario provincial police (OPP) has opened an investigation into the staging of death as the carcass of a deer was attached to the mailbox of a residence in the county of Norfolk, in southern Ontario.
In a press release issued Saturday, the police said that the carcass of the animal was beheaded, was discovered last Wednesday. The head of the animal was found in the driveway of the residence.
A spokesman for the OPP, Ed Sanchuk, told CTV News that the family living in the house where was found the animal had already been in trouble with strangers, travelling on their property in the past. No suspect has however been arrested.
The police has asked anyone with information to notify police or the minister of natural Resources and the Forest of Ontario.