Police from Scotland’s Northern Constabulary raid Inverness shooting Estate

Wildlife crime operation launched near Inverness

Police and animal welfare charities have launched an investigation into allegations of wildlife crime on a Highlands estate.

Northern Constabulary has not named the estate involved, but said it was in the Inverness area.

Twenty-five police officers have been working with RSPB Scotland, Scottish SPCA and National Wildlife Crime Unit on the probe.

No further details on the operation were available at this stage.

A police spokesman said: “As inquiries are ongoing and this is very much a live investigation it would be inappropriate to comment further at this time.”

This time Raptor Politics can only hope that if any evidence of illegal activity is located, those found responsible will face prosecution.

1 comment to Police from Scotland’s Northern Constabulary raid Inverness shooting Estate

  • John Miles

    No law in this country for the rich. Throw the book at them and see if they can read it in jail.