Roughly translated by TWIN Observer
Ljungby / TT
Several people have been threatened in connection with the protective hunt of the Norwegian wolf that was shot in Småland last weekend.
Several employees at the County Board, which approved the hunt, have reported threats, reported Swedish Radio Kronoberg. Previously, a police report about death threats was made by a sheep owner who had sheep destroyed by the wolf.
Reports from the county administrative board are confidential, police said.