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Carrboro police looking for people illegally hunting squirrels

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CARRBORO, N.C. -

Carrboro police are asking for help in located people who are reportedly hunting squirrels from within their car in town limits.

Police say the people are described as males and one is reported to be armed with rifle. It is not known if the rifle is a firearm or an air rifle.

Hunting and the discharging of firearms or air guns are not permitted within the Town of Carrboro.

Police say incidents have been reported in the North Greensboro Street area and the Westbrook Drive area.

Police have provided descriptions of two vehicles that may be involved. The first vehicle is described as a green Honda sedan and the second vehicle is described as a silver Acura RSX.

Anyone with information about the incidents is asked to call Investigator Coyle at 919-918-7415 or Crime Stoppers at 919-942-7515.

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