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Following a tip-off, local forest officials on Monday morning arrested Siddhan, Bhojan and Siva, who removed the claws of the dead tiger. After a post-mortem was conducted by forest veterinarians, the animal aged about 10 was buried.
Late in the night, the officials caught Rupesh (19) of Moyar for having allegedly poisoned the carcass of the cow knowing that the tiger would return to eat its prey. The involvement of a couple of more persons in the incident was suspected as the head and teeth of the carnivore are missing.
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