By Mascha Cenia, Staff Reporter, The Pawprint
Two teenagers were charged with the killing of 14 kangaroos in a coastal beach town south of Sydney, Australia.
The slaughtered bodies of the animals were found by locals on two different roads at Batemans Bay on Saturday.
Police started investigating and shortly after two 17 year-olds were arrested on Monday. According to the BBC, the New South Wales Police suggested that the kangaroo packs were hit by a car.
The two teens were charged with recklessly beating and killing an animal and will appear in court next month.
Police have not provided any further information about the case or about the accused killers.