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14 November 2009 :: 16:11:06 pm 8421

Four Youths Arrested Over Unusual Motorbike Theft Case Near Pattaya

Following a report filed with Sriracha police 4 youths have been arrested for beating up and subsequently stealing the motorbikes of passing motorists.
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Pattaya, the 13th of November 2009 [Pattaya Daily News]: On the 8th of November police Lieutenant General Jesada Suaysom (an investigator) received a report from a Mr Aran Namdookmai age 42, about a gang of youths who had stolen his Yamaha Fino after beating up the rider. The incident occurred on the 2nd part of the by-pass road around kilometer 9 of Sriracha. Ten policemen from the Nongkham district and 5 from the Sriracha District attended the scene.

Police at the scene received information from an undercover operative that the ring leader of the motorbike gang was a Mr Wasan Pholprasert age 20 (resident of Nongkham). Police in response to the incident requested for an arrest warrant to be issued by the Chon-Buri court. On receipt of the warrant Police went round to the house of Mr Pholprasert and arrested him on charges of theft and assault.

When interviewed by police Mr Pholprasert admitted to the crimes also stating that he had performed the acts with 3 further youths, Mr Tawatchai Sukjaroen age 20, Mr Suphasek Pothichalem age 19 and a Mr Yuht (fake name) age 17. The offender explained to police that the gang would use two motorbikes to ride up next to the subject, assaulting them until they either stopped or fell off. They would then steal the victim’s possessions and ride off on their motorbike. The motorbike would then be sold off for 3000 baht each and the possessions divided amongst the gang. Mr Pholprasert admitted that he had performed similar crimes with his gang on at least another 20 occasions. Sincerly In some instances the motorbikes that were stolen could not be sold and so the gang striped and sold off the parts, dumping the remaining bike shell in a lake near the area.

Police requested that the underwater investigation squad take a look in the lake, later finding several stolen motorbike shells that the gang had dumped. The 4 youths have remained in police custody awaiting further judicial proceeding to commence.

Reporter : Yanwarrut   Photo : Yanwarrut   Category : Crime News

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