Pattaya Daily News

31 December 2012 :: 17:12:51 pm 69943

Drunk Russian Caught Shoplifting Wallets

A 29-year-old Russian was caught stealing three wallets from a Pattaya store worth 7,000 baht. Employees detained the suspect and called police. The drunk Russian denied to police that he stole the wallets, and instead accused the employees of stealing 30,000 baht from him in a body search.
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PATTAYA – December 31, 2012 [Pattaya Daily News]: at 1:30 a.m., a report of a foreigner stealing property from a leather goods store was received by Pol. Col. Witsanu Chaisuwarn, vice suppression inspector of Pattaya police station.

The incident occurred at the Findij leather store in an Udom Ake shop, Pattaya route 2, moo 10, Nongprue, Banglamung, Chonburi.

A store employee reported that he had caught a foreigner stealing store property, and asked the police to investigate. So officers took the suspect to question at the Pattaya police station.

The suspect was identified as Mr. Andrey Kikilov, 29 years old, from Russia. Police seized the evidence of 3 wallets made from cow and crocodile leather, worth a total of 7,000 baht.

The employee reporting the theft was Mr. Surasak Talam, 36 years old. He told police that he had been sticking the label stickers on products in the store, and noticed the Russian browsing and looking at the store products.

But the Russian was acting suspiciously, by looking to his left and his right repeatedly. So Mr. Surasak decided to observe the Russian. Then he saw Mr. Kikilov take the 3 wallets and put them in his pocket.

The Russian then walked out of the store and tried to pretend like nothing had happened. So Mr. Surasak yelled for other employees to help him to catch the thief, and to call the police.

After his arrest, Mr. Andrey denied to police that he had stolen the wallets. He instead claimed that the staff had body searched him and stole 30,000 baht cash from him.

But the police did not really believe Mr. Andrey because he was drunk. However, the police made notes for the daily record, and sent him to be prosecuted.

Reporter : Tanasab   Photo : Tanasab   Category : Crime News

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