Officials with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources are looking for the people or person that is responsible for illegally killing two bull elk in Michigan's northern Lower Peninsula. Officials say the carcasses of the two animals were found on Saturday in Montmorency County, about 7 miles north of Atlanta. Officials say that it appears that both elk were shot sometime late last week. (Officials say that the shooting may have happened on Thursday, November 15th.)

If you have any information about this illegal shooting, please contact the Department of Natural Resources Law Enforcement Division at the Gaylord Operations Center. That phone number is 989-732-3541. You can also call or text the 24-hour Report All Poaching line at 800-292-7800. According to the Michigan DNR, tips may be left anonymously, and monetary rewards are sometimes offered for the information that leads to the arrest of the violator or violators.

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