Mystery Meat Found Alongside Several New Hampshire Roads

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A trail of mystery meat has hit the road in New Hampshire.

Chicken, drumsticks, sausage, Angus steaks, pork chops and wild game meats were found alongside several roads in Epping last weekend, according to the Union Leader.

Police Capt. Jason Newman said an estimated 30 to 40 packages of meat were discarded on Red Oak Hill, Rocky Lane, Old Nottingham Road and Route 87, the paper reported.

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The meat appeared to have been dropped out of a moving vehicle about every 200 feet. Much of it was partially frozen, and police said the label on one package left a clue that it came from a local store, according to the paper.

Residents notified authorities about the discoveries on Sunday.

No arrests have been made at this time, and the motive remains unknown. Anyone with information is asked to call: (603) 679-5122.

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