Two cow heads and animal intestines found, Tongan Police investigate

    Police in Tonga are hunting for the thieves believed to be responsible for the slaughter and stealing of two cows in a tax allotment in Houma, Tongatapu.

    Mele Tāvite Fisiliu, the owner of the cows told Kaniva News the discovery was made by a local after he spotted two heads and intestines believed to be of the cows left in their allotment.

    After reporting the animal remains to the family a complaint was lodged with Police.

    The cows’ slaughtered remains suggested they were butchered and stolen on Friday night.

    Fisiliu said if she was to sell her cows they  would be for about more than TP$2000 paʻanga each.

    Her sister Kilisitina Fakavā posted the theft on social media and asked the public to contact them if they have information to help find the poachers.

    Fisiliu said she received a call from Fuʻamotu from a person who said his cow was also slaughtered and stolen from his tax allotment.

    Anyone with information is asked to contact Mele Fisiliu at 7719302 or Kilisitina at 7737408.

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    1. Lolotonga fakatotolo ʻa e kau polisí hili ia hano maʻu ʻo ha ongo ʻuluʻi pulu ʻe ua mo ha ngākau (hūfanga he fakatapú) ʻi ha ʻapi ʻuta ʻi Houma.

      Ko e toenga ʻeni mei ha ongo pulu ʻa Mele Fisiliu ʻo Houmá peá ne ne pehē ʻoku mahaloʻi ko e kaihaʻa ʻeni pea kuo tuku atu pe ki he kau polisí ke nau ngāue ki ai.

      Ne ne pehē ki he ongoongo ʻa e Kanivá ne hili ʻenau fanongonongo he mītia fakasōsialé ki ha taha te ne ʻilo ha fakamatala ʻe ala maʻu ʻa e kau kaihaʻá ke nau fetuʻutaki ange ki honau fika telefoní ne nau maʻu ai telefoni mei Fuʻamotu ʻo fakahā ange ʻe ha tokotaha ne kaihaʻasi mo ʻene pulu ʻa ia ne fahi pe ʻi hono ʻapi ʻuta pea toki ʻave mei ai.

      Ko kinautolu ʻoku nau maʻu ha fakamatala kau ki he keisi ko ʻení peá ke fetuʻutaki kia Mele he 7719302 pe ko Kilisitina he 7737408.

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