Pattaya Daily News

08 March 2009 :: 15:03:02 pm 9462

English Man And His Wife Robbed 4 Times In 3 Months At Their Pattaya Home

On the 8th March 2009, an Englishman and his Thai wife were the victims of a robbery at their home in Pattaya. This is the fourth robbery they’ve had to endure in three months.
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A police team was dispatched following a report received at 01.50 am by Pattaya Police Investigator, Pol. Lt. Col. Preecha Samrit, concerning a robbery at house no. 352/46, opposite the Ruemchoke 1 Condominium in Soi Pratamnak 5, Moo. 12 , Nongprue, Banglamung. 

When police arrived at the three storey townhouse, they found Miss Chayanun Reunrerng [41] the owner of the house, still upset by her ordeal, being held by her husband Mr. Alan Robinson [51], an English national.

Miss Chayanun said Mr. Robinson had gone out with his friends that night at 10.00 pm and she was in the house alone. She had left the gate unlocked, in case her husband came home early.

She had just finished having a shower, and went to the balcony to dry her clothes when she was shocked to see a man, aged around 18-20, wearing black clothes and with a gun in his hand.

He told her not to look at his face and demanded she handed over her valuables. She said he pointed the gun at her head, at which point she crouched on the floor, frightened for her safety.

 
He then grabbed 5000 baht in cash on the table, a Nokia mobile phone and a computer notebook before rushing out of the house.

Miss Chayanun said there were two motorbikes waiting for the robber in a dark corner near the house. As they sped away she only managed to register that one of the bikes was a Fino. She then called Mr. Robinson and the police.

Mr. Robinson said they had lived in the house for only 3 months but had already been robbed three times before. Previous robberies had occurred while they were out or went to exercise. They have lost a lot of property but as yet the police had not managed to arrest anyone responsible.

Police checked for finger prints around the area and the CCTV camera attached to the gate. They presumed the robber(s) must be someone living in the same area because they probably knew Miss Chayanun was home alone.

Police will endeavour to bring the robbers to justice as soon as possible.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Crime News

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