Pattaya Daily News

01 March 2014 :: 14:03:44 pm 82705

7 Taiwanese Students Were Pickpocketed In A 4D Cinema

7 Taiwanese students were pickpocketed out of 10,000 THB in a 4d cinema in The Royal Garden department store. They believe the theft was committed by the staff.
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PATTAYA – March 1,2014 [Pattaya Daily News]; Mr.Preecha Jaideechorbyingsakul, 35 year old tour guide took 7 Taiwanese tourists to a 4D cinema where they were the victims of theft on the third floor of Royal Garden Pattaya department store, beach road, moo 9, Nongprue, Banglamoong, Chonburi. Mr Preecha notified Pol.Lt.Col.Krittha Pratumkaeo, detective officer of the shift, Pattaya police station.

Mr.Preecha the tour guide said he had taken 24 Taiwanese students to the department store. He then took them to the 4D cinema which lasts only 7 minutes, while they were watching the movie some of them laid their bags on the floor under the chairs because it was a moving cinema. Then they went to into the haunted warehouse, and then some of the students noticed that their property was missing. He then told the rest of the students to check their bags where a total of 7 students confirmed that some property was missing totalling around 10,000 baht. They suspected that it went missing in the 4D cinema because some guides before had told Mr Preecha that there had been cases like this before because the cinema was too dark and the chairs were shaking so it was easy to be pickpocketed. They also believed that the thief was some of the 4D cinema staffs. But when they asked the manager to look at the CCTV, he said there was no CCTV but tomorrow he would take the staff who were on duty to swear to a shrine which made the victims furious who then notified the police.

Reporter : Tanasab   Photo : Tanasab   Category : Crime News

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