Journalists reported that a user named Narachan Songkae Dinah posted a picture on Facebook stating, “Whoever saw the suspicious cow thief or a cow truck at Soi San Chao Mae Moo 7, Khlong Phon Subdistrict, Khlong Thom District, Krabi Province on the night of 8 May. Kindly provide information by phone at 081-0787187; helpful for the arrest of the culprit, there will be a bounty of 5,000 baht. All your information will be confidential. Ps. Cows disappeared around 5 PM – 4 AM. Please share the post to pity an old lawn mower who has raised his beloved cow for four years if anyone sees the post. Please give me some clues.” After the story was published at night and there were many sharing.
The journalist inquired to the post owner, Miss Narachan Songkae, 36, and revealed that the cow named “Singer”, 4 years old, was a buddy of Mr Paisit, who is 73 years old, his address 68/2 Ban Khlong Rad. Village No. 7, Khlong Phon Subdistrict, Khlong Thom District, Krabi Province. Mr Paisit is her father-in-law; he loved “Singer” very much as his son. The cow disappeared from 23.00-04.00 on the night of 8 May while tethered to a stall just 5 meters from the house; the incident occurred in Soi San Chao Mae Moo 7, Khlong Phon Subdistrict, Khlong Thom District, Krabi Province. After the cow was stolen, she reported it to the Sai Khao Police Station. She felt very sorry for Mr Paisit; that’s why she posted the story on social media as another channel to find. She said Mr Paisit still can’t make his mood up, fall into depression, complain about how he would live, and hope someone will bring the cow back home.
Miss Narachan, the daughter-in-law of the cow owner, also revealed that after the incident, her husband went to search for news in the area. A neighbour has a clue; a motorcycle drove to the slopes before the cow missed. Currently, they are still monitoring CCTV at various points that could be found, hoping to find any clues that the villain used as a route to move the cows out of the area. They offer around 5,000 baht as a bounty.
On the side, Mr Paisit Songkae, the cow owner, said that please inform him immediately if anyone has a clue. Now he feels so sad, can’t eat, can’t sleep, and states he has loved the cow so much since it was little.