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12 April 2014 :: 01:04:05 am 84273

After Over 200 Thefts From Cars Couple Finally Arrested

A couple have been arrested after a camera they stole and tried to sell was noticed by a sharp eyed shop owner. They admitted to over 200 thefts from cars since 2009.
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CNONBURI – April 9, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 17.00, Chonburi, police station. Pol.Col. Katchathatsart -the head of Chonburi Provincial Police- revealed that 2 suspects who had stolen belongings from inside cars have finally been arrested. The investigating team arrested Mr Nitipornchai BoonPheng, aged 42 year old, and Ms.Jirawadi Neupae, aged 32 year old.
They had a special tool which they had made to break the locks on car doors and used a remote control device to jam the alarm. They would rob belongings from inside cars when their owners went shopping or were in restaurant and public places. They revealed that they have done this crime around 200 times before around the country since 2009.

They were only caught when a victim who had her camera stolen announced the theft online and was asking people to keep an eye out for it. Then the suspects tried to sell the camera and a notebook to a computer centre in Samed district who noticed the stolen camera. The police were notified and arrested the suspects. After further searching the police found a gold necklace, diamond rings, bank notes, pistols, notebooks, tablets, mobile phones and over 500 other items.

They revealed that they learnt how to jam the alarm and break the door a long time ago. They had committed this type of crime more than 200 times before being arrested. They also told police that each theft would only last around 3 minutes before they would flee the scene.

Reporter : Nirach   Photo : Nirach   Category : Crime News

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