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Pattaya Daily News

24 March 2011 :: 16:03:17 pm 51981

Assaulted Victims Could Not Identify Suspects

Two deaf-mute teenage boys were assaulted by two foreigners, but the boys could not identify the suspects when the police presented the suspects in front of them.
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Pattaya, 23rd March 2011 [Pattaya Daily News]: At 11.30 p.m., Police Lieutenant, Chuangchote Kwansirimongkol, Inspecting Officer of Pattaya Police Department, Chonburi was informed that a foreigner assaulted and stole from a handicap. It took place at an area near the Walking Street entrance (Moo.9, South Pattaya, Nongprue, Banglamung, Chonburi). The police hurried to investigate immediately.


The victims were two teenage deaf-mute boys. They wrote their names down on papers for police to identify them as Mr. Sirichai Kwansirimongkol, aged 17 and Mr. Ball (unknown real name), aged 14.
The victims reported that while they were walking on the beach, they saw two foreigners who might have been from the Middle East. The foreigners approached them and talked to them but the conversation did not go well due to difficult communications. The foreigners became upset and pushed the handicaps as well as trying to punch them in their faces. Before the situation got out of control, someone in the nearby area had stopped it. The foreigners left and nobody was injured.

Afterwards, the disabled boys checked their belongings and found that their cash (7,500 Baht) was missing. They suspected that the two foreigners might have taken it. The disabled boys tried to find the foreigners but were unsuccessful. Instead they contacted the police.


The police patrolled the area looking for two suspicious foreigners. They found two suspects, who were Turkish, at Mike Shopping Mall. When the handicapped victims had to identify the suspects, they could not recognize whether the suspects were the same ones that had assaulted them earlier. The two suspects were insulted and upset. They said that they had never met the handicapped boys before. The suspects said that they were about to go home after shopping. Eventually the police decided to take both suspects and victims to the police station.

After questioning, the two handicapped boys told the police that the foreigners might not be the suspects. The police released the Turkish foreigners and apologised to them for the misunderstanding.
The police did not believe that the incident was true. However, they recorded it as a crime report and will investigate it further.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Crime News

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