King Charles was robbed, but the thieves have already turned themselves in to the police and explained why they stole from the Royal Family. Law enforcement officers arrested the three women a short time later, “on suspicion of robbery.” This is what they tried to take from the Sandringham Estate.
King Charles was robbed by thieves
Three activists stole several lambs from the Sandringham estate, a property owned by King Charles III in the English county of Norfolk. Soon after, the Animal Rising association published images of the women who took the animals to give them a chance to have “a life in freedom”, according to a statement made by one of them.
“Otherwise, they would have been taken to the slaughterhouse earlier and people would have eaten them,” added the activist.
In a statement, Animal Rising said the “rescue” was carried out on Wednesday evening, May 24, “around 8:00 p.m.,” and that the three women later surrendered to police.
They surrendered voluntarily
The local police in Norfolk confirmed in a press release that three women “voluntarily surrendered” at the police station in Slough, near Windsor, and that they were arrested “on suspicion of theft”.
The move marks the start of a series of animal “rescue” operations that Animal Rising plans to run over the summer to raise awareness among Britons about the need to change the way they eat, the group said.
The Sandringham estate, which stretches over several thousand hectares of forests, crops and gardens, has been owned by the British royal family for five generations. King Charles inherited it on the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, in September.
At the same time, on Thursday, May 25, three other activists of the environmental group Just Stop Oil were arrested in London after they threw orange paint on a piece of the Chelsea flower exhibition, said the group, which is fighting to end the exploitation hydrocarbons.
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