Two Harrison Park pheasants found dead
Stock photo of male golden pheasant
Owen Sound Police are investigating after two golden pheasants were found dead this morning in Harrison Park.
Police believe someone opened the door to the bird-stall at some point overnight.
Staff at the park discovered the pheasants missing early this morning and located the lifeless birds a short distance away.
How the birds died has not been determined yet.
Foul play is being investigated as a contributing factor in this incident.
Birds in adjacent stalls were accounted for and their coops were undamaged.
If you were in Harrison Park between the hours of 5:00 pm on Wednesday April 19 and 9:00 a.m on Wednesday April 20, 2017 and saw any mischief being done in the area of the stalls, you are asked to contact Police or Crime Stoppers.
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