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Lincolnshire officers clamp down on hunting and hare coursing

Wildlife crime officers in Lincolnshire have said they are clamping down on hunting and hare coursing.

PC Tim Farmer, from Lincolnshire Police, said people travel long distances to hunt in the county's fields.

Rural resident Neil Ebbutt said that these people were causing problems for the area.

He added that locals "don't want it round here".

BBC's Linsey Smith reports.

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