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Pattaya Daily News

19 October 2013 :: 12:10:40 pm 79053

Arrested Bangladesh Man Pawns Fake Gold

A recently arrested Bangladeshi man pawned a fine face gold bracelet to a Pattaya gold shop, then cheekily came back to pawn it again, but the shop owner was suspicious so she checked the quality of the gold then asked the police to arrest him.
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PATTAYA – October 18, 2013 [Pattaya Daily News]; – At 4.00 p.m. Police Lieutenant Colonel. Kiettisak Sathong-oy, who is the Deputy Superintendent of Pattaya City police station, went together with a police patrol officer for an inspection at the “Mangkornthong Yaowarat” gold shop, located at 33/74 Soi Bua-Khao within busy Pattaya City’s Chonburi Province. This occurred after they were informed by M/s. Chalida Sap-aram, who is the gold shop’s owner, that there was a foreign man pawning fake fine gold to her, but she could restrain him immediately.

At the crime scene they found that M/s. Chalida Sap-aram was waiting for the police to arrive and was still with Mr. Ashiqua Pahamni, a 32-year old, Bangladeshi national, with the 2- pieces of jewellery. One was a 22-karat fine gold bracelet and both pieces weighed 1-THB each, so the police held him for questioning by an investigation officer. This has led to the dishonest man being prosecuted according to Thai law.

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M/s. Chalida Sap-aram (the victim) told the police that on Monday 14th October, 2013, Mr. Ashiqua Pahamni brought two (fake) fine gold bracelets to pawn at her shop and got paid 26,000 THB (Thai baht) in cash. However, on October 18th, 2013), he returned to sell the same type of (fake) fine gold bracelets again, but this time the victim was suspicious, so she checked to see if they were really fine gold and found that they were fake, so she immediately notified the police.

Mr. Ahiqua Pahamni, (the suspected criminal), confessed to the police that he bought these two fake fine gold bracelets from Bangladesh at a price of 5,000 THB. Discovering that he could pawn them to the gold shop and get 26,000 THB cash, he came back to repeat pawning it again but this time he was not so lucky and he was arrested for the offence.

Reporter : Amnoychai Malila   Photo : Amnoychai Malila   Category : Crime News

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