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27 December 2011 :: 12:12:20 pm 60947

Pattaya Police Arrest Gang Of Motorbike Thieves

Pattaya police caught a gang of motorbike thieves with ten stolen bikes and a lot of spare parts.
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Pattaya, December 24, 2011[Pattaya Daily News]; Pattaya police station, Chonburi province, Pol. Col. Nuntavuth Suwanlaorng, Superintendent and Pol. Lt. Col. Krissanut Thanasupphanut , Deputy Superintendent reported the arrest of ten motorbike thieves; teenagers and adults including Mr. Kanong or ” Tum” Somboon age 28, 2. Mr. Sirimongkol or “Oui” Saksri age 26, 3. Mr. Phongsak or “Tu” Kulsawan age 33, 4. Mr. Jetsada or “Oat” Charoenkal age 17. Plus six more teenagers aged 17, 15 and 13, names unknown.

12 stolen motorbikes were found, along with lock cutting equipment, license plates and a lot of spare parts.There were two motorbike owners who came to identify their bikes.Pol. Col. Nuntavuth Suwanlaorng said, that many people in Pattaya had reported their motorbike stolen. Therefore the police intensified the search for missing and stolen bikes.


The first arrested was Mr. Kanong or “Tum” and Mr. Sirimongkol or “Oui ” while they were dismantling a blue Honda Wave 125, license number KOR TOR KHOR 930 Chonburi beside a school in South Pattaya. The police found that the motorbike belongs to Mrs. Sumalee Asamuneam, who had reported her bike stolen at Pattaya police station on November 12, 2011.

The suspect confessed that they bought the motorbike from Mr. “Mai ” for 2,500 THB and they also bought one more stolen motorbike. The police believed that these two men are part of a big gang of motorbikes thieves in Pattaya.

Later the police arrested ten more gang members in Pattaya and Banglamung. The suspects confessed that they wandered around in order to steal motorbikes parked in front of apartments, town houses and department stores in Pattaya area.

The thieves chose automatic, popular brands and used screw drivers and chain cutters to break the locks. The stolen bikes were sold at 2,500-3,000 THB per bike. The thieves also sold spare parts. Those who have had their bikes stolen can come to check among the seized motorbikes at the Banglamung police station.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Crime News

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