A hunting trip in a national park may cost a high-ranking police officer his career, unless he can prove his innocence.
Kaeng Krachan National Park chief Chaiwat Limlikit-auksorn led a team that arrested nine hunters in a boat on the night of Nov 10. One of them was Pol Lt Col Theerayuth Ketmungmee, an inspector at Pran Buri police station
The national park officers also seized the carcass of a mouse deer, a protected animal, more than 100 mountain frogs, 10 guns and about 100 bullets, a boat and some outdoor equipment.
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