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01 May 2014 :: 11:05:43 am 85288

Bangkok Chocolate Thief Arrested

A thief that stole chocolate from a 7-Eleven in order to eat and share with his neighbours has been arrested. He had been arrested in the past 4 times for the same offence.
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BANGKOK – April 30, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 4.00 p.m.; Pol.Lt.Col. Siam Insuwanno (Deputy Superintendent of Thoong Mahamek police station) and the detective police team together made a statement about the arrest of Mr Manas Ruenwongsa, aged 33, with the exhibits of 35 chocolate bars of various brands. The incident occurred at a 7-Eleven shop, Suan Phlu Wanich market, opposite to Soi Suan Phlu 8, Thoong Mahamek Sub-district, Sathorn District, Bangkok.

Pol.Lt.Col. Siam said that Mr Manas went into the shop to buy some goods then he took the opportunity to shoplift various brands of chocolate bars which he concealed in his jacket. The staff detained him and informed a Mr. Thongchai Phakdeerattanachot (Assistant Branch Manager of such incident 7-Eleven shop) but the thief fled the scene before the police arrived. Bystanders informed the police that the thief fled in the direction of Soi Suan Phlu 6 so the police sent officers in the same direction to arrest him.

Upon investigation of the suspect the police found that Mr Manas had been arrested 4 times for shoplifting before in the area of Thoong Mahamek police station and Bang Phong Pharng police station. The last time he committed an offence was on February 13, 2012 and he was imprisoned for 2 months. Mr Manas confessed that he wanted the chocolate bars to eat and give some of them to his neighbours’. The officers also found that while Mr. Manas had committed the offence he had been using drugs, so they detained him to be prosecuted further according to the Thai law.

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