A deer in Rawlins chews on some vegetation sometime last month.

RAWLINS – A plan to cull as many as 25 deer and have police officers equipped with night vision goggles and bolt-action rifles shoot them dead within city limits was called into question on Tuesday.

During a city workshop, councilman Aaron Durst expressed concern over whether this method of population control, which was introduced by the Rawlins Urban Deer Advisory Group, will cause problems.

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