The severed heads of two deer have been found on a country road close to the Londonderry-Donegal border.
The deer heads were discovered under a hedgerow on the Bridgend-to-Coshquin road on 9 March.
They were found by local woman Siobhan Ryan while she was walking her dogs.
Her husband, independent councillor John Ryan, said the area was notorious for fly-tipping but that the severed heads were the worst thing to have been dumped there.
The discovery had upset many people in the local community, he added.