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Overseas Network Dec. 20 - On Dec. 20, police in Taoyuan City, Taiwan, captured a male chicken thieves. The Qiu-surnamed man stole 323 chickens from the rural areas of Taoyuan City in two months and made a profit of at least 300,000 yuan (NT$, the same below, about 70,000 yuan) after resale.
According to Taiwans Dongsen News Network, Taoyuan police said on the 20th that since October, suspects surnamed Qiu have been searching for rural chicken farmers in Taoyuan. After seeing which chicken, they used tools to destroy chicken houses late at night to steal, stealing more than 300 chickens in two months. In addition, he often keeps chickens in farmland until they are sold well and then peddles them on the market. The illegal profits are at least over 300,000 yuan (about 70,000 yuan).
Lu Junyuan, deputy head of the investigation team of Bade Branch of Taoyuan City, said: Today (20) the police seized 59 chickens on the spot in a burglar car surnamed Qiu. At present, the preliminary investigation, Qiu surname suspects have won more than a dozen times, is now suspected of theft, transferred to Taoyuan City District Procuratorate for investigation.
The suspect, surnamed Qiu, said he chose to steal chickens late at night and commit crimes in the countryside in order to prevent being caught by security cameras, but did not expect that there were still road monitors near the farmland.