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14 November 2009 :: 12:11:36 pm 8438

Gold Snatcher Arrested On Third Road Pattaya

A young Thai man has been arrested after snatching a gold necklace from a foreigner on Third Road, Pattaya. The incident happened across from the Tony’s Gym complex whilst the victims were waiting to turn into the car park on a motorbike.
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Pattaya, the 13th of November 2009 [Pattaya Daily News]: At approximately 8:00pm on Friday night Police General Narongdet Tanaphoonsin received a report that a theft had occur near Tony’s Gym complex on the Third Road. Police arrived to find the culprit Mr Phiharn Sriwilay sitting on the curb with an angry crowd of onlookers gathered around him. The victim was a Russian national now known to be Mr Anton Veresh Chagin age 28 who had been travelling to the gym with his Thai girlfriend Miss Wisanee Yoha age 24, when the incident occurred.

Miss Yoha explained to police that she and her boyfriend were sitting on their motorbike in the middle of the road waiting to turn into the Tony’s Gym car park. Mr Sriwilay pulled up beside them and snatched a gold necklace from around Mr Chagin’s neck. The force of the snatch put the victims off balance, sending them crashing to the road. Miss Yoha sustained scratches to both her legs and arms, whilst Mr Chagin received a scratched neck from the chain snatch.

The offender tried to flee but in his hast he crashed into a motorbike in front of him, proceeding to attempt to escape on foot. Luckily for the victims Mr Tawat Kanghe age 23, a motorbike taxi driver, witnessed the incident and decided to go after the culprit. After the interview process both Mr Chagin and Miss Yoha were sent to the Banglamung Hospital to receive treatment for their minor injuries.

After interrogation Mr Phiharn declared that he had asked his mother for some money in order to pay for the rent of his room, but she refused. So in anger he stole her motorcycle deciding to use it in order to snatch some jewellery off unsuspecting people. Mr Phiharn also stated that this was the first time that he had committed such an offence, and that he was deeply regretful for his crime.

Police have refused to believe his story as the crime of jewellery snatching is quite popular amongst the youth of the region. Police performed a background check on Mr Phiharn before taking him back to the station to be put through the rest of the justice process.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Crime News

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