Pattaya Daily News

09 February 2014 :: 14:02:58 pm 82121

2 High School Students Snatch Gold Necklace

2 male junior high school students snatched a foreign woman’s necklace then fled the scene on their motorbikes but crashed into a pick-up truck injuring them. The police then quickly arrested the duo with the stolen gold necklace.
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PATTAYA – February 8, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 3.00 p.m. Pol. Sub. Lt. Chaowalit Suwanmanee (Deputy Inspector of Pattaya city police station, Chonburi province) was notified from local people that there were 2 male teenagers who were riding 2 motorbikes a white Honda Wave, license number Khor Sor Chor-381 Chonburi and a black Suzuki Smash, license number Khor Ror Thor-618 Chonburi, they snatched a gold necklace from a female foreign tourist that was walking on the road near the red light intersection, south Pattaya.

They then headed to Soi Khao Noi the area of Banglamung police station as they were being chased by a bystander. The police and volunteer police of Pattaya city also chased the fleeing duo until one culprit collided with a pick-up truck injuring himself and was captured by local people at the beginning of Soi Boonsamphan 10 in front of Chokchai Garden Home 3 village with the exhibit of 1 fine gold necklace. He was identified as Mr. Chet (alias), aged 16. The other thief was finally arrested by the police team in Soi Nern Plub Wan after he fell off his motorbike injuring himself. He was identified as Mr. Note (alias), aged 16.

Initially, the 2 thieves who are junior high school students (Matthayomsuksa 2) of one well known private school in area of Amphur Banglamung, confessed to snatching the victim’s fine gold necklace which Mr. Chet was the person who snatched the victim’s necklace and Mr. Note ws the rider. They claimed that it was the first time they had done it.

However, the police didn’t believe them and thought that these 2 culprits had robbed people before. The officers detained the 2 defendants to investigate further and sent them to the investigation officer of Pattaya city police station to prosecute them according to the Thai law.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Crime News

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