Paws for justice: a hundred,000 baht reward to nab gunman of peaceful pooch

A reward of a hundred,000 baht has been supplied to assist catch the wrongdoer behind the shooting of a peaceful dog at a Ban Phueng Tok residence. The crime stays unsolved, with the gunman suspected to be a professional killer. He or she had previously targeted the dog with a laser beam.
Unconventional took place in Ban Phueng Tok, Non Phung subdistrict, Warin Chamrap district, Ubon Ratchathani province. The dog’s owner resides in a fenced home, with concrete partitions surrounding three sides and a wire mesh wall on the fourth facet.
The owner, Pichit Chanakul, a retired authorities official and father of Asst. Prof. Dr Chidtawan Chanakul, an economics lecturer at Kasetsart University, defined that the canine had been beforehand shot within the backside approximately a year ago. During the last three weeks before the incident, witnesses reported seeing a laser beam shining on the ground throughout the backyard.
The 70 years outdated also mentioned that the dog was well-behaved, by no means bit folks or chickens, solely ate food from its proprietor, and was friendly towards others. He added that the dog had not provoked the gunman in any way. The bullet gap on the canine indicated that the shot was fired from behind, and experts concluded that it was a single, aimed shot by a professional or a skilled shooter.
Since the crime took place on May 13 there has been no progress in finding the person responsible, prompting Pichit Chanakul to offer a 100,000 baht reward for data resulting in the arrest of the culprit.
In associated information, in the northwestern suburb of Bryndwr, Christchurch, a dog was fatally shot by police after it attacked a resident, causing severe injuries. The incident on Truman Road led to a major police response just earlier than 6pm. Efforts have been made by the police to restrain the dog; nevertheless, they have been unsuccessful..

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