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On January 24, 2017, the company of Lat Ya Task Force (Royal Thai Army) and officials of Kanchanaburi Wildlife Checkpoint (Department of National Park, Wildlife and Plant Conservation: DNP) worked together in inspection. The inspection resulted in the arrest of a suspect and seizure of wildlife properties as follows: 2 Leaf Monkey carcasses, 3 Barking deer legs, and 3 bags (weighing at a total 25 kilograms) of Serow remains. The crime is a violation of Article number 19 of the Wild Animal Reservation and Protection Act. B.E. 2535 (1992). The case was then sent to Investigation Officials at Kanchanaburi Police Station for further legal actions.

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Kanchanaburi Wildlife Checkpoint works rigorously into the New Year as officials continued their inspection and public relation duties at Thai-Myanmar borders checkpoints in Kanchanaburi province: Three Pagodas Pass in Sangkhla Buri district on December 31, 2016 , Phuthakaya Pagoda on January 1, 2017 and Phu Nam Ron Border Checkpoint on January 2, 2017.The enforcement operation included the strict inspection of personnel and vehicles travelling across the borders for illegal wildlife. These activities also involved informing the public to better understand about ivory and asking for cooperation from tourists, shops, and locals in refraining from dealing in ivory and ivory-related goods in all shapes and form. The campaign also dissuades people in taking ivory out of Thailand.

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