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15 April 2012 :: 08:04:37 am 63211

Deaf Thai Male, Arrested for Committing Multiple Burglaries in Banglamung Area

Banglamung Police arrested a deaf male, who had broken in to people’s houses to steal their property, there were approximately 30 victims.
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PATTAYA – April 13, 2012 [Pattaya Daily News]; At 18.30 Pol. Maj. Gen. Jamnong Rattanakul, Commissioner, Chonburi Province, Pol. Col. Somneuk Jankate, Superintendent, Banglamung Police Station, Pol. Lt. Col. Supphachat Peammanus, Deputy Superintendent, Pol. Lt. Col. Jakkarin Tuasuphap, Deputy Superintendent, Pol. Maj. Thapana Klosuwanna, Inspector, Pol. Sub. Lt. Viroj Inthachom, Deputy Inspector and Police Officers arrested Mr. Veerasak also known as Bai Reungaram, 32 years of age, residing at 56/2, Moo 7, Tambon Nongplalai, Amphur Banglamung. The defendant was suspected of stealing property from people’s houses. His haul of stolen goods included electrical products, computer equipment, a guitar, a air gun, a Buddha image and bicycles, totaling 16 items. There were approximately 30 victims who had identified Mr. Veerasak as the suspected thief. Also arrested was Mrs. Daeng Jantree, 63 years of age and Ms. Lakkana Konpean, 22 years of age, for alleged handling stolen goods, also seized as evidence were electrical products, a digital video camera, loudspeakers, a talking dictionary and a Buddha image, totaling 8 items.

Pol. Maj. Gen. Jamnong, stated that recently Banglamung Police, had received a complaint from the residents at Park Avenue Villagem, that there was a burglar operating in the area, who had stolen property from many houses and that there were various items missing. The Police had conducted an investigation in the local area, until they discovered Mr. Veerasak who had been born deaf. The Police followed the suspect to his residence where they arrested him and upon questioning discovered that most of the stolen property was handed to Mr. Sangob, also known as Ting Jantree, 30 years of age, who was in the same gang as Ms. Lakkana Konpean and Mrs. Daeng Jantree, who was the mother of Mr. Sangob.

Mr. Veerasak would ride a bicycle around the village and when he discovered that the owners of the properties were not at home, he would lever open the door of the properties and steal anything of value. He would then contact Mr. Sangob, who would use his vehicle to transport their ill gotten gains. They would then sell the stolen items and purchase amphetamines with the proceeds. It was further discovered that Mr. Veerasak would ride his old bicycle to the house of his next victim and would leave his bicycle at the scene of the crime and steal the victims bicycle. If anyone believes that the Police may have recovered items stolen from their premises, they are to attend Banglamung Police Station, to identify their property.

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