Pattaya Daily News

28 July 2007 :: 12:07:20 pm 43532

PATTAYA POLICE NABBED CAR STEALING THIEVES

Tourist police and highway police followed the trail of car stealing gang and caught them with evidences. Car owner was very delighted to have the car back and showed gratitude with a basket of flowers to officials
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On the 27 July 2007, at 05.30 pm. Pol.Maj.Gen. Chuchart Suwannakam, Tourist Commissioner with Highway police officer declared the work of arresting car stealing gang. The thieves are Mr. Siri Phusuwan (31), addressed at 152/44, Moo 11, Tungsukla, Sriracha, Chonburi and Mrs. Natwichida Tae-chitboonyawat (32) addressed at 17, Moo 4, Ku-yaimee, sanamchai, Chacherngsao provice. Both were charged of stealing or possess stolen goods and counterfeit official documents.

The evidences are a gray Toyoya Altis with (forged) license No. 6924, Bangkok, car registration No. MR 053ZEC107030887, TYPE No. 3zz4197230 with all other forged documents in the gloves compartment.

Due to Pattaya tourist police arresting team was patrolling along the road in front of Bangkok Pattaya hospital, Sukhumvit road, Naklua, Banglamung, Chonburi. They found a suspicious car which could be stolen according to the report stated and Mr. Siri, the criminal was a driver. Police followed the trail of the car until it was parked on the side road at Moo Baan Fueng Fah Villa, Tungsukla, Sriracha, Chonburi. Police then identified and requested to see all car documents.

Police found all documents are forged, besides, the TYPE number is not the same as the number on the registration sticker, also the real licensed number is 9573, Bangkok, after being checked with Transportation Department, and the information of the real car owner is Miss Duenchai Saramart (27) from Konkaen province, who reported about her stolen car at Pattaya police station on 1 July 2007.

Mr. Siri, the criminal, claimed that the car that he is driving belongs to his brother, Mr. Nathanet and his sister-in-law, Mrs. Natwichida, and they bought it from a friend for 300,000 baht. Police contacted the couple to see confirmation documents, but Mrs. Natwichida came with no documents to show the ownership of the car. Police arrested Mr.Siri and Mrs. Natwichida, both were charged of joining to steal or possess stolen goods.

Miss Duenchai Saramart, the car owner, came to identify the car and confirmed that it is hers, even some parts of the car were modified but she still remember the marks on her car clearly. As she was very thankful for having her car back and police could arrest the criminals, she presented a basket of flowers to police

Pol.Maj.Gen. Chuchart warned to all car owners to be more careful to protect their cars from being stolen easily. This is just one case that police could catch the criminal, and there are many more cases of stolen cars. However, police has already issued a warrant to Mr. Nathanet for investigation. If he does not show up, then the arrest warrant will follow to arrest him right away.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Crime News

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