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Pennsylvania Game Commission Finds Spike Strip on Game Lands Trail

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Can you believe someone left a spike strip out to sabotage someone’s day?

In South Middleton Township, Game Commission officials found a spike strip hidden in the ground waiting for hikers and hunters the same.

As The Morning Call reported, the Game Commission announced that officers found a “piece of wood with several large screws protruding from it on the trail in state game lands 305.” This location sits about 20 miles southwest of Harrisburg.

Officials believe that the spike strip, which was intentionally hidden, was placed there with the purpose of either puncturing the feet or tires of any hikers, hunters, or birdwatchers.

While they have no leads, they are planning to prosecute whoever place the spike strip there and have begun to look for others in surrounding areas.

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Pennsylvania Game Commission Finds Spike Strip on Game Lands Trail