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Someone fired a crossbow at ducks. Pinellas Park police want to know who.

The Pinellas Park Police Department is seeking the public?s help in identifying whoever is responsible for shooting crossbow-style darts at ducks recently. The police released photos of the injured ducks on Tuesday via Facebook. Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call (727) 369-7864. [Pinellas Park Police Department]
The Pinellas Park Police Department is seeking the public?s help in identifying whoever is responsible for shooting crossbow-style darts at ducks recently. The police released photos of the injured ducks on Tuesday via Facebook. Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call (727) 369-7864. [Pinellas Park Police Department]
Published May 7, 2019

PINELLAS PARK — Someone out there went "Game of Thrones" on some poor ducks.

Police want to find out who they are — and arrest them.

Officers on Tuesday asked for the public's help in identifying and locating whoever has been firing crossbow-style darts at some innocent ducks. The wounded birds were found near 66th Street N and 121st Avenue N.

Whoever is attacking the ducks may be charged with animal cruelty. The entire city is a classified as a bird sanctuary, according to police.

The agency photos to its Facebook showing two ducks in veterinary care after their skins were pierced by the crossbow bolts.

"This crime is animal cruelty and will not be tolerated!" the post said.

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call (727) 369-7864.