“We’re looking for the public’s help with finding who’s responsible for taking these eggs. Over 100 eggs, snapping turtle eggs and midland painted turtle eggs — and we’ll be hoping that the public can assist with providing us with some information via vehicle or a person, or persons responsible for doing this.”

Mabyn Armstrong is with “Turtles Kingston” a local conservation group. Global News spoke with her less then 24 hours after the incident. At that time she put turtles in perspective.

By Mike Postovit Global News
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