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19 January 2009 :: 11:01:11 am 9706

Burglars Break 3 Locks To Gain Entry To Iranians Home

Skilful thieves broke into the house of an Iranian national and his wife in Sattahip making off with goods to the value of 70000 Baht including a huge 35 inch Sony TV.
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On 17th January 2009 at 04.00 am., Sattahip police investigator Lieutenant Supawat Luttapreecha was informed by Mr. Mahmoon Baghani (52), residing at 114/43 Navyhouse village, Moo 3, Sattahip, Chonburi that his house had been burgled and a number of items stolen.

A police team arrived at the scene, a single storey detached house with a boundary fence, to find Mr. Baghani and his wife, Sriprai Fukkhiew (35), in a state of shock from their ordeal. A total of 3 padlocks had been cut to gain access to the property. Among the items stolen were a 32” Sony TV worth 35000 Baht, a PC valued at 12000 Baht and an amplifier valued at 20000 Baht.

Khun Sriprai told police that she and her husband had left the house unattended at 10:00 am. the previous morning to party with friends from abroad at the Najomtien Beach Hotel. On their return at 3:00 am. the following morning they found the front gate destroyed and the inside of the house rifled with several items missing.

Lieutenant Supawat estimated that at least 3 people were involved in the robbery and that they must have been skilled to be able to bring a vehicle and remove goods from the house, including a very large TV, without anyone in the neighbourhood noticing. He also suspected the thieves were aware of the victims movements.

Officials took fingerprints from the scene and will be trying to trace the gang responsible for the burglary.

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Crime News

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