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16 June 2008 :: 13:06:58 pm 11160

Pattaya Thieves Rob A Brit House By Incapacitating The Guard Dogs.

On June 15, 2008, at 1.30 am, Pol.Maj.Col. Withaya Yuenyoeng, Pattaya, received a phone call that a house, located at 62/134, Moo Baan Ekmongkol, Soi 17, had been robbed. Police investigators accordingly went to investigate.
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Arriving at the bungalow, police met Mr. Peter Leslie Slade (64), a British engineer and his Thai wife, who were waiting for police assistance. The owners of the house led the police to examine the traces of the thieves who had broken into the house and stolen property from the bedroom. The drawers in the closet and of the desk where they had kept property had been ransacked. The missing property amounted to a gold necklace, a gold ring, a big diamond set, a silver set, (weight 240 gms approx.), 2 mobile phones, a notebook computer and a wrist watch. Most of stolen items had been bought abroad. The total property missing amounted to about Bt 1 million.

The house owners said that they just bought the house. On the day the theft occurred, they had gone out for dinner and to shop at around 9 pm, locking the house as usual. They did not expect that the house would be robbed as they have 2 guard dogs; one of which was outside and another was inside the house. When they came back home, they found signs of disturbance. The dog that was outside had been injured. On opening the door, they found their bedroom completely ransacked and the door had been left opened. All of their property had been stolen and the dog that had been inside the house was locked up in the toilet. They found traces of entry, indicating the thieves had come in through the sliding window of the bedroom which was still open.

The house owners said luckily the thieves did not steal their pickup truck. They immediately notified the police to come to investigate. Police presumed that there would have been more than two thieves and they must have known the movements of the owners very well, such as what time they normally went in or out. After robbing the house and climbing over the fence, the thieves apparently went into the woods behind so that the housing security wouldn’t see them. However, police collected fingerprints for evidence and will continue their investigations to arrest the thieves as soon as possible.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Crime News

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