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20 August 2012 :: 12:08:16 pm 65789

Knife-wielding Robber Tells Sob Story After Arrest

A 23-year-old Buriram woman was chased down and beaten by gold shop owners and vendors after she tried to rob the gold store with a knife. She told police she was desperate for money to pay the hospital bill for her seriously ill father back home.
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PATTAYA – August 19, 2012 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 7 p.m., Pol. Maj. Seksan Reuvet, Inspector, Pattaya police station, Chonburi province, was notified of an attempted robbery of gold shop in Srithongkham.

He rushed with a police team to the scene at 32/3 Soi south Pattaya 13 (Soi old Hollywood), south Pattaya, Moo 10 Tambon Nong Preu, Amphur Banglamung, Chonburi province.

After arriving at the gold shop, police found many excited vendors gathered outside. Inside the shop were the owner, Mrs. Somsri Phumang age 49, and her younger sister, Mrs. Peangta Phumang.

The two sisters and the vendors had together caught the robber as she tried to run away. She was identified as Ms. Neesa Koyram or Som, age 23, address 49 Moo 9 Tambon Kantararom, Amphur Krasang, Buriram province.

Police restrained Ms. Neesa, and seized a large, sharp knife that she had used in her robbery attempt.

Ms. Somsri told police that prior to the incident, she was alone in the shop and was closing for the day. Suddenly Ms. Neesa walked in and used her knife to press against Ms. Somsri’s neck, demanding some gold jewelry.

Ms. Somsri was very frightened and asked the robber not to beat her. But her younger sister Ms. Peangta emerged from the back of the shop to help her. So the robber turned to press her knife against the younger sister’s neck, but then suddenly ran from the shop.

Ms. Somsri and Ms. Peangta chased her and shouted to nearby vendors to help capture her. Ms. Neesa was caught by the vendors, who began scolding and beating her because they were angry at her.

 

However, the police then forbade the relatives of the gold shop owner from beating the robber further. Ms. Neesa was sitting and crying in shame.

The robber told police that she had traveled from her hometown in Buriram province to find a job in Pattaya, but she was unable to find work. Then her elder sister had called to say that their father was sick with heart disease and was in Buriram hospital.

They desperately needed money to pay for her father’s treatment. But Ms. Neesa didn’t have any money, so she decided to rob the gold shop and sell the gold to get the money for her seriously ill father.

Ms. Neesa knew beforehand that she probably could not escape if she tried to rob the store, but she didn’t know how else to get money for her father.

However, the police didn’t believe Ms. Neesa. They assumed she was telling her pitiful story so the gold shop owner would feel sympathy and not prosecute her.

The police restrained the robber to investigate and prosecute further according to the law.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Crime News

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