Pattaya Daily News

18 October 2014 :: 09:10:41 am 93011

Motorcycle Theft Gang Caught In Pattaya

Pattaya police have made a statement about the arrest of a Thai-Cambodian motorbike theft gang that stole motorbikes in the Chonburi area and sold them in Cambodia.
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PATTAYA– October 17, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 15.0 pm Pol.Maj.Gen.Nitipong Niemnoi-commander of Chonburi-, Pol.Col.Thammanoon Mankong-superintendent of Bang Lamung police station-, Pol.Lt.Col.Thanaset Prachachaisri-deputy superintendent-, Pol.Maj.Col.Pakpoom Nakpanom-inspector- and police officers had made a statement about the arrest of a Thai-Cambodian motorcycle robbery gang which consisted of Mr.Wutdanai Rungarun aged 21, Ms.Nichapat Choksiri aged 31, Mr.Thanakorn Wattana Sewee aged 38, Mr.Changpieb aged 35 Cambodian, Mr.On aged 33 Cambodian and Mr.Jiew Miangkiang aged 19. They were caught with pistols and ammunition, a truck, 3 stolen motorcycles, 3 mobile phones and robbery tools. Mr.Decha Pootadduang aged 35 a victim of the gang notified the police to arrest them.

 

The police officers took them to re-enact at the crime where they robbed the motorcycles from in Nanthawan Place. The robbers had hidden the motorcycles in cassava field.

 

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Pol.Maj.Gen.Nitipong revealed that on 17th September the police officers had caught some of the Cambodian gang but rest of the gang was still at large in the local area. Therefore the police officers investigated them further until they were all arrested.

 

The Cambodian gang members would steal the bikes from apartments in and around Pattaya and the Thai gang members would help them get the bikes over the border so they could be sold in Cambodia. They would sell them for between 6,000-10,000 baht each. Plus they had stolen over 200 motorcycles in the Chonburi area.

Reporter : Teerarak   Photo : Teerarak   Category : Crime News

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