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Men detained for suspiciously driving after Tibet antelopes
    2017-October-9  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

A TOTAL of seven drivers have been put in custody by forestry police in Tibet and interrogated after they were reported driving two cars to chase after a herd of Tibetan antelopes Friday during the country’s eight-day National Day cum Mid-Autumn Festival vacation.

A Weibo user published a post with several photos Friday afternoon of two white SUVs with registration numbers from Shanghai and Jiangsu Province. The photos showed the two SUVs driving at top speed after a group of Tibetan antelopes, which are State-level protective animals.

Seen in a video clip which was reportedly filmed by an anonymous witness, a group of antelopes are galloping when the two white cars drive beside them.

As the post circulated widely on Chinese social media, the forestry police in Tibet immediately carried out an investigation into the report and sought out the witness to track down the seven people who admitted that they had driven very close to the Tibetan antelopes for photography Wednesday near Co Ngoin Lake in Nagqu County. They hid their cars after and removed the number plates.

A panel of caretakers had also been assigned to the area who confirmed that there was no death case reported yet and the seven did not crash into the antelope herd.

Lhasa police made an official statement via its Weibo account late Friday, saying that further investigation is still under way and the result will be made public shortly.

(CNTV)

 

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