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20 November 2009 :: 18:11:12 pm 10069

Pattaya Police Apprehend Cell-Phone Thief

On 18 November 2008 at 10.00 pm. Pattaya police were notified that two women had been attacked by two robbers in a room of PJ.Inn, a small hotel, located at 243/20-28 Soi Sukreudee, Central Pattaya, Moo. 9.
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In room 407 police found two women, Ms. Aunchalee Suksawang (19) from Surin and Ms. Nattarigar Wiengwiset (14) anxiously awaiting their arrival.

Ms. Aunchalee told the police that while they were resting in their room, a man and a woman (aged around 20-25) knocked on their door. When they opened the door the couple went in and asked for Mr. Lek, whom they said was their friend. Ms. Aunchalee told them that there was no one by that name staying in their room. The strangers then started to search around the room and then grabbed three cell phones. Ms. Aunchalee and Ms. Nattarigar tried to take the phones back but the man pulled out a gun and pointed it at Ms. Aunchalee’s head and told her to sit down and not to follow them.

After that they went straight to their motorbike and sped away. Police filed their report and started a search for the robbers.

On 19th November 2008 at 03.00 am a police investigation team revealed that they had arrested Mr. Supachok or Jack (25) of 83/5 Moo. 2 Jantanimit, Chantaburi province, at the parking lot of Yensabai hotel. Police took his .38 gun and 2 bullets as evidence.

Mr. Supachok has a previous police record of dealing in yah bah and had been arrested many times before. He confessed that he and his girlfriend, Ms Ning, were looking for Mr. Lek who owed them 800 baht from buying yah bah. Mr. Lek told him that he lived in the room 407 of PJ. Inn. When they saw the two women, they realized that they had been sent to the wrong room.

Police asked for the cell phones, one of which the suspect confessed had been pawned at a second hand shop on central Pattaya road for 2000 baht. He had split the proceeds with Ms. Ning who had managed to escape. He’d given the other two phones to his brother.

Police will question Mr. Supachok further to attempt to locate and arrest his girlfriend, Ms. Ning.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Crime News

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