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Two men wanted for shooting Legare Farm pigs

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The search is on to find two men accused of shooting pigs on Johns Island's Legare Farms.

Charleston Sheriff's Deputies got the call Wednesday November 6, 2013 at approximately 2:20 p.m. The call came in to 911 dispatch of shots being heard on Legare Farms, and two males suspects seen shooting a pig on the property, then removing the pig to an awaiting boat.

The suspects are described as two white males with blond hair who left in a 16-17' Key West Bowrider boat with a green canoe hanging from the boat. They left in the boat headed in the area of Sol Legare Boat Landing.

On Legare Farm's Facebook page:

"Facebook Friends, we need your help. We had another pig shot and killed today but this time, they came onto our property and removed the pig. Please be on the look out for a white boat about 16 feet long. It is a bowrider and has Key West written down the side. It had a green canoe in the boat. A blond male was driving the boat. They shot a high powered rifle 3 times in the edge of my yard. We have got to put a stop to this reckless behavior. Please call Helen 843-514-1218 or 911 if you see this boat. We are offering a reward."

The Charleston County Sheriff's Office is working with the owners of Legare Farms and the SC Department of Natural Resources on the continuing Investigation. Anyone with information on the boat or individuals involved is asked to contact the Charleston County Sheriff's Office at 843-202-1700 or Crime Stoppers at 843-554-1111.

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