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22 January 2015 :: 08:01:40 am 97338

The Investigation Still Unclear Who Killed A Policeman

The case of a car that crashed into a Deputy Traffic Inspector police of Pattaya city police station is still unclear as CCTVs nearby the incident area were out of order.
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The decease of Pol.Lt. Pradit Srisuwan, a Deputy Traffic Inspector of Pattaya city police station, Chon Buri province, that resulted from a fatal accident of car collision, was regarded as an extreme loss of such a very good policeman regarding an incident at night on January 6, 2015 while Pol.Lt. Pradit Srisuwan was riding his motorcycle from Pattaya city police station to his post at a police box in an area of motorway intersection until he arrived at Sukhumvit road, entrance route to Pattaya, on the way between north Pattaya to central Pattaya then suddenly there was a black Mitsubishi Pajero car (did not know a license number) crashed into the back of his motorcycle killing him instantly. The driver of the black Mitsubishi Pajero car driver did not stop to help the policeman, instead they fled the scene of the accident immediately. The police officers of Pattaya city police station that came to see this accident at scene were extremely sorrowful to see their colleague dead in a pile of blood in his police uniform.

 

Later Pol.Col. Supphathee Boonkhrong (Deputy Commander of Chon Buri Provincial Police Station) was notified from the police of Nong Kharm police station, Amphur Si Racha, that a possible match to the car they were looking for was in an area of Ban Nong Kwae bridge intersection, which was far from the incident point, almost 30 km, so he rushed to inspect at scene and found that the car had a trace of collision, but, the owner confirmed that it was a trace of collision from a long time previously and there was an evidence that while this accident occurred he had just come back from his workplace in Pluak Daeng Industrial Estate. After inspection in detail, the officers found that such car was not the one that crashed into the policeman.

 

The information derived from investigation of circumstantial eyewitnesses was still inexplicit therefore the police aimed to inspect CCTVs of Pattaya city that might record this incident but they were found out of order and the workable CCTVs did not record the incident so the officers still do not know which car was responsible for the fatal accident.

 

Presently, this case is still ambiguous in which the police still rushed to find an actual car driver of this fatal accident. Even though this accident occurred on the main road but CCTVs of Pattaya city that were spent with the budget amount of millions of THB were out of order so it caused the people to raise the questions about their security of lives and properties as a case of fatal accident that killed a police is still cannot be solved then if similar incidents occur with ordinary people so what should they do ?

 

For the history of Pol.Lt. Pradit Srisuwan, a Deputy Traffic Inspector of Pattaya city police station, Chon Buri province, at present he is 55 years of age, which he graduated from the Thai Police Academy, Batch #7, Nakhon Prathom province, he performed his duty as a policeman with a rank of Pol.Sen.Sgt.Maj. belonged to Pattaya city police station since year 1998 and was promoted to the higher ranks of Pol.Sub.Lt. and Pol.Lt., respectively. He was going to retire in the next few years but he had to pass away unexpectedly because of a heartless driver who did not stop to assist him, but instead fled the scene immediately, who is still at large now. The death of Pol.Lt. Pradit Srisuwan was regarded as catastrophic.​

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