Lone Ranger

“Responding to a tip about possible ‘tree-poaching,’ RCMP Constable Cameron Kamiya and a fellow provincial investigator climbed up a steep, rugged trail, surrounded by a mix of new and old-growth forest and dense brush. Then they heard the unmistakable crash-thud of a felled tree. Two men near the scene at first claimed they were just hiking. But things didn’t add up. Who wears gumboots hiking? Moments later, two more men popped out of the bushes — one was covered head-to-toe in sawdust. They were busted.”
Full story in The Ottawa Citizen here.  My first post regarding the increasing frequency of tree poaching in B.C. here.

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