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27 March 2013 :: 14:03:38 pm 73299

Chiang Mai Police Catch Up to Burlarizing Brothers

Chiang Mai police arrested a 27-year-old man who teamed with his brother to burglarize many homes using a rented car. Officers tracked down the thieves through a gas sales receipt. One thief eluded capture, but his brother was arrested and confessed. He had been released from jail for similar burglaries.
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CHIANG MAI – March 26, 2013, [Pattaya Daily News]; The police of Phuphing Chiang Mai police station announced the arrest of Mr. Thanakharn Manoros, age 27, according to an arrest warrant charging him with stealing property.

Police seized many stolen items that he and his elder brother had stolen in home burglaries all over Chiang Mai. The brothers had dressed to conceal themselves and rented a car to commit the crimes.

The police investigation leading to the arrest began on March 24, 2013, when they were notified by a victim who lived in a Chiang Mai apartment that there were thieves who had stolen property.

At that time there were bystanders who saw them, so the startled thieves fired a gun at people to prevent anyone from following them. The thieves took a notebook computer and the bankbook of victim, which together were worth more than 50,000 THB.

After incident occurred, the detective police team investigated to find the trace of the thieves. They later found a sales slip from a minimart petrol pump which the police thought belonged to the thieves. So the police asked to inspect the CCTV footage from the minimart, and saw the 2 men that had the appearance of thieves.

When checked for their criminal history, police found that these 2 thieves had been arrested previously for stealing property. So the officers tracked down and arrested one thief, but the other thief escaped.

After his arrest, Mr. Thanakharn confessed that he and his elder brother, Mr. Theerasak Manoros, age 35, had been stealing property in the area of Chiang Mai. They would rent a car to burglarize the houses or apartments in a village. Sometime they also sat and ate food, and lay down in the victim’s house, or picked up a photograph of the tenant or house owner, and masturbated until reaching a climax and left their traces at the scene.

Mr. Thanakharn revealed that he had been previously arrested and sent to jail for stealing property. When he came out from jail, he still kept burglarizing homes with his brother. As for the incident where they shot a gun at the victim, Mr. Thanakharn said that it was the action of his elder brother, and not him.

Initially, the officer charged him in an accusation of together stealing property by having or using a weapon, and using a vehicle for convenience in doing fault to take away that property, and trying to kill others. Then the police restrained him to prosecute further according to the law, and will rush to track down the other defendant who still escaped.

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