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15 October 2011 :: 09:10:26 am 59104

Pattaya Burglars Caught With the Loot After Multiple Break-Ins

Banglamung police reported about the arrest of burglars who operated all over Pattaya. The theft victims can view the stolen property at the Banglamung police station during office hours.
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Pattaya, October 13, 201[Pattaya Daily News]; Banglamung Police Station; Pol. Col. Somnuek Jankate and Superintendent, Pol. Lt. Col. Suppachat Peammanus confirmed the arrest of burglar suspects in Pattaya.

The suspect is Mr. Visuth or “Loon” Chartsuthi age 21, who was in possession of one Thai made pistol caliber .32 mm, three cartridges caliber .32 , one long knife in a wooden box, 120 small Buddha images, 27 Kathin envelopes of Wat Pah Aroonrangsee, one mobile phone, one CD player and one mini notebook computer.

 

The other suspect is Mr. Tinnakorn Nakthub who escaped with 3,000 THB in cash. When the police inspected his room they found stolen property. And two girl friends, and elder and a younger sister. Upon a urine drug screening they were found positive. Both girls we’re sent to the police station for further investigation.

Two more suspects were arrested: Mr. Visit Duangtim accused of stealing a Toyota Fortuner pickup truck belonging to an handicapped foreigner and the other suspect: Mr. Ratchapol Numjaidee accused of a snatch and run crime. All of the suspects are further investigated and will be prosecuted according to the Thai law.

 

Pol. Col. Somnuek Jankate , Superintendent Banglamung police station, said that whoever were the victims of these burglaries should come to the Banglamung police station and identify their belongings during office hours. Anyone who has any information about the escaped Mr. Tinnakorn’s whereabouts can contact Banglamung police station at any time.

Reporter : PDN staff   Photo : PDN staff   Category : Crime News

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