The National Park Service raided a house hiding skulls and wild animal skins in the province. Chanthaburi

Chanthaburi, The National Parks Department raided a house in Tha Mai District. Chanthaburi Province Various animal skulls, star cat skins, marbled cat skins, pangolin scales, and a pellet gun silencer were found. He was detained and sent for prosecution at the police station. New port

Mr. Kongkiat Temmuan, director of the Conservation Area Administration Office 2 (Sriracha), said that the head of Khao Soi Dao Wildlife Sanctuary Head of the Kung Krabaen Non-Hunting Area and officers of the Wildlife Suppression Line No. 4 together with police officers of Tha Mai Provincial Police Station, Tha Mai District, Chanthaburi Province Including Tha Mai District administrative officials searching a house in Village No. 10, Khao Bai Si Subdistrict, Tha Mai District, Chanthaburi Province. According to the search warrant of the Chanthaburi Provincial Court The heads of various wild animals were found hanging on the walls of the house and in the bedroom.

Animal heads found include:

– 6 bull heads

– 4 red cow heads

– 3
antelope heads

– 4 wild deer heads

– 7 deer heads

– 5 chamois heads

– 1 tapir head

In addition, 8 more skulls of unidentified animals were found.

The team of officers searched further and found 2 sheets of star cat skin, 1 sheet of marble cat skin, 370 grams of pangolin scales, and also found gun silencers for use with 2 single-shot guns.

From the inquiry of the people living in the said house Initially, it was stated that No license to own animal remains The team of officials then detained him as the accused. It is an offense according to the Act. Wildlife Conservation and Protection Act 2024, Section 17 and Section 87 and violates the Wildlife Conservation and Protection Act 1992, Section 97 and then sent to prosecute at the police station. New port

For wild animal carcasses seized as seized items. By requesting permission from investigators at Tha Mai Provincial Police Station to keep it at the Khao Soi Dao Wildlife Sanctuary Office.

Source: Thai News Agency