Pattaya Daily News

19 May 2012 :: 09:05:58 am 63814

Pattaya Police Nabs Columbian Burglar Trio

Pattaya Police arrested three Columbian thieves who had burglarised and stolen property valued at millions of THB.
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PATTAYA – May 17, 2012 [Pattaya Daily News]; Pol. Lt. Col. Chitdecha Songhong, Pattaya police, Chonburi province was notified about three Colombians suspected of multiple burglaries around Bangkok.

The thieves had stolen valuables and a safety box from ten houses in residential areas around Bangkok. The value of the stolen items mounts to millions.

The latin american thieves were caught as they were sending the stolen goods to be exported to Colombia at Siam Parcel Service Co., Ltd. (DHL) Thip Plaza Second, Pattaya road, Banglamung.

 

The three Colombians were arrested at Thip Plaza were identified: Mr. Wilson Ricardo Ramos Samaca age 36, Mr. Brayan Omar Corredor Fuentes age 22, and Mr. William David Corredor Fuentes age 24.

As the police inspected the packages ready to be exported to Columbia they found 70 stolen items such as Rolex watches, a gold bracelet, gold necklaces, a diamond ring, a gold ring, bar of gold, gold earrings, an ivory ring, 25 satang gold coins. The total value of the seized items is about 4 million THB.

 

Upon investigation the three Columbians confessed that they were going to export all the goods which they had stolen from millionaires houses in central Thailand since May 1, 2012

The residences of the super rich were located in Nonthaburi, Samutprakarn, Pathumthani, Samutsakorn and Chonburi provinces. The police has contacted all the victims regarding their stolen belongings. The three Colombian suspects were charged with theft. They will be investigated and prosecuted according the the Thai law.

 

Reporter : Kong Siptis   Photo : Kong Siptis   Category : Crime News

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