Dead fox find leads to hunting with dogs charges

Two men have been accused of using dogs to hunt a wild mammal, after police found a dead fox in Stowmarket.

Nicholas Harris, 43, of Violet Hill Road in Stowmarket, and Anthony Laflin, 50, of Crowley Court, Needham Market, are due to appear at Bury St Edmunds Magistrates' Court on 15 March.

Mr Laflin has also been charged with possession of a knife. Both men have been released on conditional bail.

Suffolk Police found the body of the fox in Bury Road on 23 October.

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