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Graphic Images: Game Warden searching for deer poacher

DAVIDSON, Okla._Oklahoma game officials are asking for your help in catching a poacher.

Oklahoma Game Warden Billy Bob Walker says a large buck was found dead Tuesday morning, three miles east of Davidson in Tillman County. He says the deer was last seen Monday night, alive and tending to a doe. Walker says the buck was shot with a rifle and that the poacher removed his antlers and skull plate.

If you have any information about the poaching of this animal, contact Warden Walker at 580-305-1484, or call Operation Game Thief at 1-800-522-8039. Callers can remain anonymous and may receive a $500 reward.

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