New England police work with rural crime counterparts in three-day blitz targeting stock theft and illegal hunting

Breanna Chillingworth
Updated October 19 2022 - 1:06pm, first published October 18 2022 - 1:30pm
Officers stop a ute as part of the hunting blitz in the New England and Coffs-Clarence areas. Picture supplied by NSW Police
Officers stop a ute as part of the hunting blitz in the New England and Coffs-Clarence areas. Picture supplied by NSW Police

A RURAL crime blitz has uncovered firearm and livestock offences after police stopped more than 60 vehicles.

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Breanna Chillingworth

Breanna Chillingworth

Deputy Editor and Court Reporter

Northern Daily Leader Senior Crime and Court Reporter

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