There’s a $1,000 reward being offered by The Upper Hudson River Valley Branch of the Quality Deer Management Association.

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It’s for some information about a person that allegedly poached a buck sometime last week.

In a story that I saw on News 10 ABC, a farmer in Washington County discovered the buck near his home.  According to the QDMA, whoever did this poached a nine point buck. The head was taken and the animal’s body was left to rot.

If the person that did this is found, they may have to pay some hefty fines and doing community service. If they have a hunting license, it will be revoked. You can find out more information about the details of the reward by checking out the group’s Facebook page.

The New York State Department Of Conservation has a phone number to call if anyone has information to share, and to report the person. It’s 1-800-TIPP-DEC (1-800-847-7332)