Six swans found decapitated and shot in Llanelli park
Six swans have been found shot and decapitated at a park in Llanelli.
The animals were found in Sandy Water Park with their heads cut off after being shot with pellets from a BB gun and an airgun.
The bodies were found on two separate occasions over the past two weeks, with their heads and necks close by.
RSPCA inspector Keith Hogben said: "It is difficult to understand why anyone would carry out such mindless attacks on innocent, defenceless creatures."
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He added it was not known exactly how the swans died, but it is "likely" they were shot with airguns.
It is illegal to kill or injure a swan or other wild birds and it can carry a six-month prison sentence.