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Pattaya Daily News

29 October 2012 :: 18:10:16 pm 68001

Dropped Cell Phone Leads Police To Gold Thief

Police used the dropped phone of a female thief to lure her into returning gold necklaces to escape prosecution from the shop owner. But the police arrested her and her husband when she returned the gold. She claimed she needed money to pay off loan sharks and the bank.
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BANGLAMUNG – October 28, 2012 [Pattaya Daily News]: at 10 p.m., the arrest of a couple for theft was announced by Pol. Col. Somnuek Janket, the director of Banglamoong police station; Pol. Lt. Col. Suppachat Piammanus, vice director of Banglamoong police station; and the police forces.

The suspects were identified as Ms. Orapan Khamtong, age 22, from Yasothon, hometown address of house number 106, moo 4, Saimul, Saimul, Yasothon; and her husband, Mr. Chainarong Sawangwong, age 27.

The couple is charged with together stealing gold ornaments from the Petpailin gold shop, number 99/25,moo 5, soi Khaonoi, Nongprue, Banglamoong Chonburi.

The incident began at 6 p.m., when Ms. Orapan went into the gold shop and pretended to be a shopper, asking to look at two pieces of 5-baht gold necklaces worth around 120,000 baht.

But when the owner got careless, Ms. Orapan grabbed the necklaces and ran to her Honda Click motorcycle and escaped. However, in her rush, the thief also got careless and dropped her cell phone in the shop.

After recovering Ms. Oraphan’s dropped phone, the police got a call on her phone from her husband Mr. Chainaron, so they got a clue to the identity of thief as they moved closer to the arrest.

Police also questioned the shop owner, Mrs. Montip Noikor, age 59. She told police that Ms. Orapan had entered her shop, and said she wanted to choose a gold necklace for her foreign husband. Ms. Orapan then lingered in her shop for almost 3 hours inspecting necklaces. This made the owner suspicious, so she locked the electric door.

But when another customer came in the shop, the owner had to unlock the door, so Ms. Orapan took the opportunity to snatch the necklaces and run out the shop.

After the police recovered Ms. Orapan’s cell phone, there was a call in by her husband, and they were able to eventually contact her. So the police lied and said that if Ms. Orapan returned the gold, the shop owner would forgive her and not press charges.

So Ms. Orapan made an arrangement to return the gold. She had hidden the jewelry in the back of the house of her husband’s elder brother, so she called the police to tell them where the gold was hidden. She then hurriedly walked away to escape, but the police caught and arrested her.

After her arrest, Ms. Orapan confessed that she did it alone because she had been feeling a strong urge for a long while to get money. She needed to pay their debts to the loan shark for 80,000 baht, and another debt with the BAAC (the Bank of Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives).

But the police did not really believe her testimony. They will question her further to find out how many more thefts she had likely committed. Police will also question her husband Mr. Chainarong to see if he was involved in the gold snatching.

Reporter : Tanasab   Photo : Tanasab   Category : Crime News

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