Crime branch starts probe into poaching of three tuskers
Bhubaneswar: The Crime Branch of Odisha Police today began investigation into the the alleged poaching of three tuskers in Sambalpur and Bamara forest ranges, official sources said.
A seven-member team of the Crime Branch led by its superintendent of police Rabindranath Mohanty started the probe after the case was handed over to the state`s premier investigation agency.
The Crime Branch sleuths are investigating into the possible involvement of inter-state poaching gangs in these incidents.
Groups of poachers had recently killed three tuskers inside the Sambalpur and Bamra forest ranges and taken away the tusks.
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