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12 November 2009 :: 14:11:48 pm 8450

Homeless Thai Boys Steal Money From Pattaya Temple

A group of 4 poor young boys were caught stealing donation money from the Chaya Mongkon temple in Pattaya. It is alleged that the youths walked into the temples bell room and stole the donation money before being caught by security.
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Pattaya, 11th of November 2009 [Pattaya Daily News]: Police received a report at 8:30pm on the 11th of November from a municipal officer informing that a group of youths aged between 14 and 16 had been caught stealing from the Chaya Mongkon temple in Pattaya. It was explained to police that temple security had apprehended 2 of the suspects whilst the remaining 2 had managed to escape.

When police arrived at the scene they talked with the temple security guard, the Pattaya municipal officer and a child monk, who were helping to contain the two caught thieves, Ke (fake name) age 16 and Na (fake name) age 14. The stolen money from the temple was found in the pocket of one of the boys. The amount was in coins to the total of 151 baht and 75 Satang.

After interrogating the two boys, police discovered that they did not have any parents or a place to stay. They further explained that they had no money to buy food so they had decided to go out looking for money, eventually deciding to steal the donation money from the temple. According to the boys this was the first time that they had committed such an act.

Early in the afternoon the group of youths surveyed the site walking around the temple grounds until a good opportunity arose when the monk in the bell hall (where the money was kept), left his position. The boys entered the temple and stole the money from the donation box. The money was donated by the locals of the area to help the monks maintain the upkeep of the temple. Temple security caught the thieves red handed, arresting two of the four vagabonds. The two boys that managed to escape are known by the names Nok (fake name) and Tam (fake name).

The police escorted the two offenders to the head monk of the temple, in attempt to resolve the situation without the need for an arrest. The head monk informed the police that this was not the first time that they had been seen stealing in the area, asking the police to take care of the matter themselves. Police subsequently escorted the youths back to the Pattaya Police Station and filed a report on the events. As the youths have no parents or guardians they have been sent to the Banglamung Youth Center.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Crime News

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