PARKS Victoria&nbsp;has warned off&nbsp;shooters from&nbsp;the&nbsp;Chiltern-Mt Pilot National Park after campers told of hearing hunters’&nbsp;gunshots nearby&nbsp;at the weekend. Area chief ranger Andrew McDougall said anyone who witnessed suspicious&nbsp;activity should&nbsp;report it immediately. “If in doubt about the land where the activity occurs, still report it to Parks Victoria who can look into it,” he said. One of the Shepparton-based&nbsp;campers,&nbsp;who wished to remain anonymous, said the foursome was staying on private land next to the national park when they heard gunshots on Saturday night. The man said he spotted&nbsp;a four-wheel-drive,&nbsp;with covered number plates&nbsp;about 9pm, which they decided to pursue. When the vehicle entered the private property, the man fronted it, before it sped off,&nbsp;and said there were five males in the car with three stag-hounds.&nbsp; “As soon as I saw the chest plate armour on the dogs, and the spotlights on the van, I knew they were chasing pigs,”&nbsp;he said. “People randomly shooting rifles in national parks, you don't know which way it's going.” The landholder of the property, who also requested his name be withheld, said&nbsp;he usually would not have contacted police. “I’m pro-hunting but we were worried about people's safety,”&nbsp;he said.&nbsp; The landholder said he warned the campers to keep an eye out for trespassers. “I had found a wombat and a couple of native wallabies shot on the property several weeks ago,” he said.&nbsp;“They should be charged for having dogs in the national park.” Beechworth police Senior Constable Steve Harris confirmed a group of men was found carrying no firearms and inquiries were pending.