Thai officials smell clue with faeces find in tycoon poaching case


Thai construction tycoon Premchai Karnasuta (left) and three other suspects after being arrested by park rangers in Thungyai Naresuan Wildlife Sanctuary in Kanchanaburi province, on Feb 4, 2018. PHOTO: EPA-EFE.

BANGKOK: Thai officials will test human faeces found at a campsite in a wildlife sanctuary to try to prove their case against a tycoon accused of poaching a leopard.

Construction magnate Premchai Karnasuta has denied poaching charges levelled against him and three others.

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