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12 December 2011 :: 09:12:10 am 60651

3 Women Steal 10 “Flood” Parked Cars At Muang Thong Thani, BKK

Pakkred police arrested three women who claimed to be the owners of a second hand car shop with their cars parked at Muang Thong Thani. They hirered a locksmith to open the car doors. Drove off and sold ten cars at 130,000 THB per car.
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Bangkok, December 9, 2011; Pakkred police reported of three female suspects pretending to be the owners of a second hand car shop.

The suspects: Ms. Chollada or “Pad” Chokmeeseel age 23, Ms. Natnada or “Fai” Intarasin age 23 and Ms. Papawarin or “Rose” Naudom age 23. The vehicles: Honda Accord, white color, license number YOR SOR 212 Bangkok, Honda Civic, black color, no license plate, Toyota Vios, black color, license number SOR HOR 5086 Bangkok. The police also found four fake number plates, two car keys, three mobile phones and cash 33,000 THB.

The suspects were arrested at two locations, Lotus department store, Kullapapreuk branch, in Prachachun, Bangkok and at Metro Park Village in Prachchun.

The police said that on December 7, 2011 they were notified about a car theft at the parking lot in Muang Thong Thani Pakkred, Nonthaburi. Three vehicles were stolen. The CCTV footage showed three women with a locksmith opening the doors of the three cars.

The police found the locksmith Mr. Somchai Yaowasirikul, who said that a woman from a second hand car company called him, she claimed to be the owner of the cars which were parked on the expressway to escape from the floods but had been moved to Muang Thong Thani by the police.

When he arrived at the parking lot he met the three young women who told him that they were the owners of the second hand car shop and asked him make keys for a black Honda Accord. It took him three hours to make a key for each car. Thereafter the three women drove the cars out of the parking lot. One by one.

The locksmith said they also wanted him to make a key for the black Honda Civic. And the Toyota Camry but he didn’t bring equipments so he needed to tow it to his workshop. The women were OK with that. He said that they acted like the real owners. While they were towing the car the security called the police. Pakkred police arrived and took a photograph of the car and the three women.

The locksmith charged 7,700 THB per car key.The police asked Mr. Somchai, the locksmith to make appointment with the suspects to deliver the keys at Lotus Department store where one suspect was arrested and two other suspects were arrested at Metro Park village.

The police concluded that the suspects were a gang of university students who claimed to be the owners of cars that were initially parked on the express to escape from the flood but later towed to Muang Thong Thani parking.

The suspects contacted a locksmith to make the car keys and then drove away with ten cars and sold each of them to private buyers at 130,000 THB per car.

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