WYOMING \u2013 Park Rangers in Yellowstone responded last weekend to a report of a man shooting at wolves believed to be chasing his dogs.\r\n\r\nLaw enforcement received a report about a man allegedly firing a shotgun in the direction of wolves he believed were chasing his dog east of Sedge Bay on Yellowstone Lake along the East Entrance Road.\r\n\r\nLaw enforcement investigated the scene and found no evidence of injured wolves but they did find shotgun shells. Anyone with information about the incident is urged to contact the\u00a0Yellowstone Tip Line\u00a0at 307-344-2132.\r\n\r\nPark authorities remind the public that, while it is lawful to carry a firearm inside the park, it is illegal to\u00a0discharge a firearm\u00a0in Yellowstone National Park. Also, a reminder that in the park,\u00a0pets must be physically controlled at all times. They must be in a car, in a crate, or on a leash no more than six feet long. Pets are not allowed on boardwalks, hiking trails, in the backcountry, or in thermal areas.\r\n\r\nAuthorities are taking the incident seriously. Last year a well-known and highly visible wolf was shot and killed by someone at the north end of the park near Gardiner, Montana. A reward is still offered for information on that case.