Two suspected hare coursers in Wicken have vehicle seized

Two suspected hare coursers in Wicken were stopped by police after a vehicle in a nearby ditch was seized. Picture: CAMBS POLICE

Two suspected hare coursers in Wicken were stopped by police after a vehicle in a nearby ditch was seized. Picture: CAMBS POLICE

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Two suspected hare coursers in Wicken were stopped by police after a vehicle in a nearby ditch was seized.

Two suspected hare coursers in Wicken were stopped by police after a vehicle in a nearby ditch was seized. Picture: CAMBS POLICETwo suspected hare coursers in Wicken were stopped by police after a vehicle in a nearby ditch was seized. Picture: CAMBS POLICE

Officers spoke to the pair on Thursday (December 20) who claimed they were "just out for a casual stroll" - yet were 100 miles from home.

A vehicle in a ditch was also spotted; which has been seized for forensic examination.

Both men had injuries to their face and claimed having no connection to the untaxed and uninsured Cherokee, police said.

Two suspected hare coursers in Wicken were stopped by police after a vehicle in a nearby ditch was seized. Picture: CAMBS POLICETwo suspected hare coursers in Wicken were stopped by police after a vehicle in a nearby ditch was seized. Picture: CAMBS POLICE

Two suspected hare coursers in Wicken were stopped by police after a vehicle in a nearby ditch was seized. Picture: CAMBS POLICETwo suspected hare coursers in Wicken were stopped by police after a vehicle in a nearby ditch was seized. Picture: CAMBS POLICE

Two suspected hare coursers in Wicken were stopped by police after a vehicle in a nearby ditch was seized. Picture: CAMBS POLICETwo suspected hare coursers in Wicken were stopped by police after a vehicle in a nearby ditch was seized. Picture: CAMBS POLICE

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