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15 March 2011 :: 15:03:03 pm 51578

3 Died In A Horrific Shooting

Five experienced gun robbers raided two jewellery shops in Narathiwas, taking everything with them including 3 human lives.
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Narathiwas, 14th March 2011 [Pattaya Daily News]: At 9.20 a.m., Police Lieutenant Ram Jansupolpon of Sungaikolok Department, Narathiwas was informed that there has been an armed robbery at a jewellery shop called Sieng Ar (located at No. 64 Bussayapan Road, Sungaikolok). The suspects shot and killed the owner as well as the security guard. They also shot Yong Toon, the next door jewellery shop, resulting in a few people injured. The police, the soldiers and other government officers hurried to the crime scene.

At Sieng Ar Gold Shop crime scene, officers found two bodies drenched in a pool of blood. The victims were the 34-year-old security guard, Mr. Jitti Pleumjai and the shop owner, Mr. Wichai Sritaksinakun. Both were shot with automatic rifles. Other four injured victims were taken to Sungaikolok Hospital immediately.

After checking the scene, the police discovered that the shooting destroyed all gold cabinets in the shop as evidently seen by the bullet holes. Many gold chains and items were taken. At Yong Toon Shop, blood and bullets were found as well.

Then the officers came to visit the injured victims who were Mrs. Malee Sritaksinakun, the wife of the owner; Mr. Wichit, the brother; Mr. Chainarong Papakhe, the owner of Yong Toon Gold Shop and Mr. Wuttikorn Jittanachote, Mr. Chainarong’s cousin. Later that day, Mr. Wichit passed away after suffering severe injuries.

Based on the investigation, there were 5 robbers driving a Ford car (Bronze color, registered number plate: Kor-Thor 970, Songkla). They were loaded with rifles, shot guns and Uzi guns. They divided into 2 groups. They shot the victims first then robbed the shop. Soon later, they robbed the next door jewellery shop, Yong Toon, injuring Mr. Chainarong and Mr. Wuttikorn. The robbers took possibly over 100 items. The police tried to stop and catch the suspects but were unsuccessful.

At 11 a.m. the police was informed that the suspects’ car was found abandoned at a rubber tree farm (located at Kuwa-khayeng Village, Moo.2, Erawan, Waeng, Narathiwas). The police checked the number plate and realised that it was fake. The number plate actually belonged to Mrs. Yupin’s, the resident of Songkla. The robbers took everything except 3 gold trays. The officers also found a white fertiliser bag located under a rubber tree. The bag was filled with numerous types of guns including 3 automatic rifles, one Uzi gun and three short guns – one 11 mm, a 29 mm and a .38. One of the guns was identified as a stolen gun from Phra Ong Dam Military Base (Ror. 15121, Narathiwas 38 Special Unit) on 19th January this year. The officers believed that these robbers were RHK armed group which had robbed guns from Phra OngDam Military Base before.

The police added that based on the recording of security cameras, all 5 robbers wore black caps. 3 of them used automatic rifles while the other two used 9 mm and 11 mm shot guns. The robbery took only a few minutes which indicated that the suspects were expert gun robbers.

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