Rabu, 22 September 2010

Ilegall logging

Luwu Timur Police in South Sulawesi have confiscated 740 logs they suspect were felled illegally, and questioned eight people in relation to the case.

The logs were confiscated last week in two raids, as they were being transported on trucks from protected forest areas.

Police chief Adj. Comr. Richard Nainggolan said some of the logs were seized in a protected forest area.

“The carrier did not have the necessary documents. The driver said the owner of the logs had the documents,” Richard said.

“We are currently looking for the owner of the logs,” he said.

Richard said illegal logging was rife in the area and that police had increased the frequency their patrols.

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