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30 October 2012 :: 15:10:50 pm 68013

Aussie Lady Sees Her Stolen Jewelry in Gold Shop

A 60-year-old Australian wife called the police after spotting her stolen jewelry worth more than 500,000 THB in a gold shop in a Tesco Lotus department store in north Pattaya. The shop owner was charged with buying stolen property.
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PATTAYA –  October 29, 2012 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 5:30 p.m., a report of a burglary victim spotting her stolen jewelry at a store was received by Pol. Capt. Nitiphum Bootwong, investigation police on duty, Banglamung police station, Chonburi province. He informed the superintendant, Pol. Col. Somneuk Jankate, and rushed to inspect the scene with a detective police team.

The stolen jewelry was spotted at the Manasporn Jewels shop on the first floor of theTesco Lotus department store, north Pattaya, Moo 5 Tambon Na Kleu, Amphur Banglamung. The buy-sell-exchange shop also makes gold and diamond jewelry to order.

Waiting for the police was the victim, Mrs. Jackarine Kristopher or Jacky, age 60, nationality Australian. Her gold and diamond accessories had been stolen by a burglar from her house at 40/35 Rapheeporn village 2, Soi Khao Noi, Moo 10, Tambon Nong Preu, Amphur Banglamung.

Mrs. Jackarine pointed out to the police her stolen jewelry being sold in the shop that included: 11k gold necklaces with diamonds, 2k gold bracelets, 6k gold lockets, 5k gold rings with diamonds, and a pair of 1k gold earrings. The total value of the stolen items was 500,000 THB. Police also seized the shop’s account notebook of the buy-sell gold transactions.

Mrs. Jackson said that on September 28, a burglar had stolen many items from her house, including all her gold and diamond accessories and cash more than 100,000 THB. Altogether the thieves took more than 10 million THB in property and cash.

After notifying the police, she and her Thai husband, Mr. Saravuth Sukmeun, age 50, had wandered around the gold and diamond shops to look for the stolen jewelry, but were unsuccessful. They had resigned themselves to accept the losses, until today when she and her husband came to buy goods in the Lotus department store. Suddenly she spotted her stolen jewelry being displayed for sale, and felt so happy as the couple notified the police.

Police questioned the shop salesclerk, Ms. Jirada Boonprasong, age 26, from Pathumthani province. Ms. Jirada said she had not been present when the shop owner had bought the stolen jewelry.

The shop owner was identified as Ms. Manusporn Voraurai, age 50, address 221/19 Moo 5 Tambon Na Kleu, Amphur Banglamung. Ms. Manusporn told police she had bought the stolen jewelry from a middle-age Thai woman. However, the shop’s CCTV was installed after the purchase was made, so there is no photographic evidence of the suspect.

After their investigation, the police charged Mrs. Manusporn with stealing property or buying stolen property. They will investigate further to follow up to arrest the thief that made trouble to prosecute according to the law.

Reporter : Tanasab   Photo : Tanasab   Category : Crime News

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