No more ruffling of feathers in Kandal

No more ruffling of feathers in Kandal

Villagers in Kandal province’s Sa’ang district can now count their chickens with greater confidence after two serial chook thieves were arrested on Wednesday.

Police said that locals repeatedly complained about losing their chickens.

Their claims were vindicated when police interrupted the two suspects in the act, engaging in a chase which ended in the arrest of the hen-snatchers.

On questioning, the suspects confessed to having routinely stolen chickens belonging to other villagers and have now been sent to court.

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