Wat Samorplong Samakkeethamma, wants to inform other temples that there are thieves stealing bantam chickens from temples. A month ago a group of teenagers entered the temple and stole chickens raised at the temple. The Abbot of the temple used digital media to ask families to warn their children if they a have been involved and let them know that they risk jail and losing their future. In the digital world, the news is spread quickly and will receive the attention of the police.
The Abbot said that the chickens have disappeared during the evening when all the monks had to gather at the chapel to observe religious practice and to pray. This gives the thieves a chance to steal when all the monks were in the chapel. The abbot said that it was difficult to prevent because the temple was always open and temples give chickens a natural life. Many bantam chickens have been taken and sold at prices ranging from thousands to tens of thousands of Baht per chicken.
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