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31 January 2015 :: 10:01:00 am 97776

Pattaya Police Arrest 7 Teenage Robbers

Pattaya police arrested 7 male teenagers who snatched people’s properties all over Chon Buri province. The officers warned people to be watchful for these gangs of teenagers, especially those who wear jewellery, and for them to not expose or wear them openly as they may allure the thieves to commit crimes.
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PATTY– January 30, 2015 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 7.00 a.m., in front of Banglamung police station, Chon Buri province, Pol.Maj.Gen. Nitiphong Niamnoi (Commander of Chon Buri Provincial Police Station), Pol.Col. Trairong Phiwphan (Deputy Commander) and forces of police team together made a statement about arresting a gang of snatchers with 7 defendants as follows: 1. Mr. Patiparn or March Huay Yai, aged 19, 2. Mr. Wichai Or Chai Pharnwong, aged 20, 3. Mr. Sarawuth or Wuth Kudeephan, aged 19, 4. Mr. Surasin or Bank Pansaeng, aged 21, 5. Mr. Sakda or Em Charnchai, aged 19, 6. Mr. Karan or Ussamarn Wansuea, aged 20 and 7. Mr. Phitthaya or Wuth Darnduean, aged 18, with exhibits of 1 gold necklace, weight 5 THB and 5 motorbikes that were used for snatching. There were 2 victims pointed out to confirm that they really made trouble of snatching their properties.


Pol.Maj.Gen. Nitiphong Niamnoi revealed that due to at night on January 28, 2015 there were 4 culprits rode 2 motorbikes to snatch properties of victim in area of Tambon Bowin, Amphur Si Racha. Later the police team of Bowin police station and Nongkham police station could arrest Mr. Patiparn of March Huay Yai then magnified an outcome to arrest the rest members of a same gang at their houses in area of Amphur Banglamung.


Upon investigating the police perceived that all arrested teenage defendants had gathered together as a gang and snatched people’s properties 4 times in the area of Nongkham police station, Amphur Si Racha, 1 time in area of Banglamung police station and 1 time in area of Pattaya city police station. They would work in a team to look for and identify the target victims, and carry out their crimes, after that they would divide all stolen properties to each other then spend their money for buying drugs and travelling to various entertainment spots.


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Pol.Maj.Gen. Nitiphong continued to say that for the ways to solve this problem besides commanding the police to be watchful and strictly patrol in all areas that the gold shops and pawn shops should observe for every customer that brings gold for selling or pawning to their shops and if they found that anyone looked suspicious, they should not accept to buy or allow them to pawn their gold. Moreover, people who wear jewellery should not expose or wear them openly because they may be the allurements for the thieves.


The other one defendant was arrested by the detective police team of Banglamung police station, Chon Buri province, which leaded by Pol.Col. Chonnaphat Nawalak (Superintendent of Sattahip police station) and Pol.Lt.Col. Phatcharaphon Juengtrakul (Deputy Superintendent). The officers together arrested Mr. Phurithat or Max Somprasong, aged 27, with exhibits of 1,000 pills of amphetamines and 1 car after they detected to know that this defendant was going to deliver amphetamines to a customer at Ban Pong Saked, Moo 5 Tambon Ta Khian Tia, Amphur Banglamung. After investigating this defendant which he confessed that he had smuggled to sell amphetamines for a long time. Initially, the police charged him with an allegation of selling drug before sending him to be prosecuted further according to the Thai law.

Reporter : Tanasab   Photo : Tanasab   Category : Crime News

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