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13 September 2012 :: 11:09:51 am 66525

Burglars Take Advantage Of Trusting Pattaya Tailor

A tailor shop owner notified police that burglars had stolen more than 150,000 worth of cash and property from his Pattaya shop. He had locked his glass doors that night, but did not pull the steel sliding door down, since he had never been burglarized before.
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PATTAYA – September 12, 2012 [Pattaya Daily News]: a report of an overnight burglary at a tailor shop was received by Pol. Maj. Capt. Puttipong Chuenchom, detective officer on shift duty, Muang Pattaya police station, Chonburi.

Filing the burglary report was the shop owner, Mr. Kishore J. Pawani, age 38, Indian citizenship, the owner of Chris Collection, a suit tailor shop located on 1/9, Central Pattaya, Moo 9, Tambon Nong Prue, Banglamung. He said that an unknown number of criminals had entered his shop overnight and stole cash and property.

Mr. Kishore told police he has owned his suit tailor shop in Pattaya for six years. At around midnight the previous night, he closed for the night and had locked the glass entrance doors. But he did not pull the steel sliding door down, because he had never been robbed or burglarized. Then he went home.


But at 10 a.m. the next morning, his staff came to open the shop found that the door was unlocked. So they notified Mr. Kishore to come and check the store.

Mr. Kishore rushed to his store, and discovered 130,000 baht cash missing, along with a 24,000 baht laptop. The stolen money had been set aside to pay for rent and other expenses.

There was no trace of break-in damage to the glass doors or to the drawers where the stolen property was kept. This led Mr. Kishore to believe the burglar must be someone from the neighborhood familiar with his shop.

The police investigated his shop, located in a 1-story building. In a room at the front area, police found keys that were dropped on the floor. However, there were no criminal’s fingerprints left on the keys.

Police completed the daily record for evidence and coordinated with the detective team to track down the thieves.

Reporter : Tanasab   Photo : Tanasab   Category : Crime News

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