New England Police District appeals for information about a trespass on a Moree property

The vehicle involved in the trespass is described as a black Nissan Navara 'Titanium edition' dual cab with a bull bar, blue spotlights on the roof, Kenda mud tyres, and a light bar mounted on the bull bar. Note - this is not the actual vehicle.
The vehicle involved in the trespass is described as a black Nissan Navara 'Titanium edition' dual cab with a bull bar, blue spotlights on the roof, Kenda mud tyres, and a light bar mounted on the bull bar. Note - this is not the actual vehicle.

Police are seeking information about a trespass that occurred on a property near Moree. 

At about 9.30pm on Monday, December 3 a vehicle was seen parked in a paddock of a property about 10km south of Moree.

It is believed the occupants may have been illegally hunting pigs on the property.

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The vehicle involved is described as a black Nissan Navara 'Titanium edition' dual cab with a bull bar, blue spotlights on the roof, Kenda mud tyres, and a light bar mounted on the bull bar.

The Rural Crime Prevention Team reminds those who want to hunt illegally on private properties that they could face fines of up to $2,200 and up to 12 months imprisonment, as well as confiscation of their vehicle.

Police urge anyone with information about this incident to contact their local police station or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.