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4 Dogs, 1 Cat Victims of Animal Killer in Udon Thani

Villagers distraught from the killings.

Another angle of pointing for the win.

When: December 2nd, 2020

Where: Nong Sai subdistrict, Nong Na Kham district, Udon Thani province

Perpetrators: Heartless Killer

Victims: 4 dogs, 1 cat, 1 bird

What: In the sleepy Isaan village of Thung Nong Hai, in rural Udon Thani, an unknown person has been killing and torturing animals. The victims so far have been 4 dogs, 1 cat, and 1 bird.

Locals reported that the animals have been found near trash bins, at the door steps of homes, and in people’s front yards. Villagers also claim that whoever is killing the animals has also been breaking into homes.

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My take: We cover the human toll of crime here. Sadly, these animals were the beloved pets of the villagers, and the pets were cruelly taken from them. It takes a twisted mind to kill an animal for no reason.

Source: https://www.komchadluek.net/news/crime/450627

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