Churches: Local authorities cracked down on and confiscated nearly 10 cubic meters of timber hidden in separate locations in two local communes Cleft while the authorities are monitoring the identity of the perpetrators who escaped from the two wooden locations.

Chhep district governor Sok Santara said yesterday that Chhep district authorities were searching for suspects who had committed crimes around Stealing wood and opening a wood processing plant without permission.

In fact, on July 16, the police cracked down and confiscated more than 3 cubic meters of timber, which is a stock wood without a proper permit. The law is hidden by traders behind Chhep Lech village, Chhep Muy commune, Chhep district, Preah Vihear province.

On July 17, authorities raided and confiscated more than 5 cubic meters of timber hidden by traders in the forest in Po Teap village, Mlou Prey commune. One, Chep district, Preah Vihear province. Therefore, the second type of wood has a total of nearly 10 cubic meters, with all exhibits handed over to the Preah Vihear Provincial Forestry Administration. Administered by law.

"We are searching for the perpetrators, but so far I have not received any information from our professional officers," Santara said. No more. This case is not the local trader, the perpetrator is probably another migrant, because I asked some of our villagers He replied that there were no timber traders among us, so only outsiders committed crimes.

Nuon Sokhom, director of the Preah Vihear Provincial Forestry Administration, could not be reached for comment yesterday.

Peng Trida, director of the Preah Vihear provincial Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, yesterday declined to comment on the case, receiving a phone call but pressing Disconnect the phone.

Chhep Mardi, Chhep district police chief, said yesterday that his authorities had not participated in the operation, but had only received information through the system. Advertising only.