Police inspect elephant carcass killed in Phetchaburi
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PHETCHABURI, March 10 – Police and a team of specialists on Sunday inspected an elephant carcass in the Kaeng Krachan national park and gathered evidence to find the culprits.
Assistant National Police Chief Jaramporn Suramanee led the team of specialists to the national park in Phetchaburi by helicopter after he met Chaiwat Limlikhitaksorn, head of the national park to work on finding evidence to punish the culprits, after a female elephant believed to be pregnant was shot dead in the forest.
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