Pattaya Daily News

07 October 2014 :: 08:10:38 am 92653

5 Turkish defendants Escape From Rayong Immigration Jail

Rayong immigration officers had rearrested 5 Turkish defendants after they escaped while being held in an immigration jail for entering into Thailand illegally. They escaped while the officers were giving them some food.
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RAYONG – Journalist have reported about the latest on the case where 6 Turkish defendants which had been put in jail at the Rayong Immigration Bureau, Tambon Huay Pong, Amphur Mueang, had escaped while the officers were giving them food. They then tried to escape in taxis but the drivers locked the doors so they couldn’t get in before 1 of them was arrested.

 

For the other 5 defendants, they had ran away into a forest opposite to Rayong Immigration Bureau therefore the immigration officers had to mobilize forces of police of Huay Pong police station, rescuers of Siam Ruam Jai Pu In Foundation, Rayong province and hundreds of volunteer officers to surround the forest .

 

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Lately, on October 5th , 2014; officers of the Rayong Immigration Bureau together with forces of Huay Pong police, rescuers and volunteer officers had arrested the 5 remaining Turkish defendants.

 

Pol.Col. Prasart Khemaprasit (Superintendent of Rayong Immigration Bureau) said that after the Turkish defendants were arrested for trying to enter Thailand from a province and had been in jail for the last 6 months.

 

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The 5 defendants were identified as a Mr. Utthakhun Ali, aged 40, Mr. Ali Alan, aged 46, Mr. Futak, aged 21, Mr. Abdulghadae Tilasmas, aged 19, and Mr. Ali, aged 25.

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