Dog days ahead for pooch poisoner trio

Dog days ahead for pooch poisoner trio

Every dog has its day, and the dogs in Kampong Cham’s Memot district might actually live to see theirs now that three alleged serial dog killers were taken off the streets on Wednesday.

Police said that the dogs in one village were disappearing at an alarming rate, with complaints from local families piling up.

After a little late-night sleuthing, police arrested three local men who were feeding dogs poisoned meat. The men reportedly confessed to killing the dogs, saying they had been eating some and selling the rest. KAMPUCHEA THMEY


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