The Western Australian Police Force is still on the lookout for three men they want to question regarding some sickening cruelty towards kangaroos, and have appealed to the public for help in the matter.

The ABC has observed videos of the two incidents, which are believed to have taken place on May 19 and June 19 this year.

In videos of the first incident, men can be seen punching and stabbing a juvenile kangaroo which appears to have been burned. A man then produces a small-calibre firearm and shoots the kangaroo in the head.

Snapchat video of the second incident shows a man repeatedly stabbing a kangaroo as others encourage him. The man eventually kills the animal.

That footage was obtained from a mobile phone owned by a man who is facing court over another matter.

Police have released images of the three men they wish to speak to regarding the footage. The pixelated fourth figure is assisting police with their investigations, but has not been charged.

WA Police Seeking Help To ID Men Who Bashed, Stabbed Kangaroos On Snapchat
via WA Police

The first man has been described as between 20 and 30, of medium build, and with dark facial hair. He was seen in the footage wearing a black hoodie and a black beanie with a white logo.

The second man is thought to be aged between 25 and 30, of a solid build, and with cropped brown hair. He was filmed wearing a dark hoodie.

A third man, also believed to be aged between 25 and 30, was seen with a dark beard and wearing a black top with white text on the sleeves.

Anyone with information has been advised to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

The appeal for info comes just days after a man was charged for allegedly running over several emus with his ute in rural Victoria. 

Don’t hurt the animals, people.

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