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Three fined for hunting violations

Game wardens fined three on Sunday

Game service wardens fined three hunters on Sunday for transporting an assembled shotgun and for a device that produces imitation bird calls.

According Paphos CID chief Michalis Nikolaou, the game service officers were on patrol near Kouklia when they stopped a suspicious vehicle driven by a 52-year-old man.

Checks established that he was transporting a mounted hunting rifle.

He was fined €150 out of court.

In the same area, officers caught two people, aged 39 and 42, using a prohibited device that mimics wild bird calls while hunting.

They were also issued an out-of-court fine of €500 each.

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