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18 May 2013 :: 13:05:22 pm 74709

Construction Worker Arrested After Stealing A Motorcycle Near A Police Checkpoint.

A drug-addicted construction worker was arrested after stealing a motorcycle. However, he was arrested within half an hour. He claimed that his friend stole the motorcycle.
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PATTAYA – May 18, 2013 [Pattaya Daily News]; At around 00.30 AM, as police officers of Nongprue police station were doing a routine checkpoint at Nongprue sub-district, they were notified that a motorcycle was stolen at a Kasikorn bank branch at Soi Nern Plub Whan. As soon as they were notified, the police at the checkpoint looked for the described stolen motorcycle. After only 20 minutes, police were able to identify a motorcycle that matched the description. Police then stopped the suspected motorcycle. The driver of the motorcycle was identified as 24 year-old Tom Sakulthai, a construction worker.

Mr. Tom was then questioned by the Police, he claimed that he received the motorcycle from his friend and that he didn’t know that the motorcycle was stolen. He also insists that he did not steal the motorcycle. But the Police officers did not believe him, so they arrested him and brought Mr. Tom to Nongprue Police station. Mr. Jane, the motorcycle owner was extremely thankful to the police as the it only took 30 minutes to find his stolen motorcycle.

Mr. Jane then explained that he parked his motorcycle at a Kasikorn Bank to visit his friend. But he forgot to take the motorcycle’s key with him, after he visited his friend, he noticed that his motorcycle was stolen. He immediately called the police in hopes that he will be able to get his motorcycle back. After only 30 minutes upon the reporting the incident, police then called Mr. Jane to tell him that his motorcycle was found. As for Mr.Tom, he now is in police custody and will now have to wait for further charges.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Crime News

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