Legal aftermath in Lysekil

04 April, 2022

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Following the discovery that some 70 protected spotted dogfish were probably dumped from a fishing boat in Lysekil harbour, the Coast Guard has now opened an investigation into fishing offences or serious fishing offences.

Reportage: Lena Scherman
Photo: Kristoffer Klarén
UV Photo: Tobias Dahlin
Editor: Apollonia Meleouni, Alexandre Gobatti Ramos

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