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28 July 2008 :: 13:07:46 pm 10796

Pattaya Thieves Steal Property Of Thaksin‘S Father-In-Law

On July 27th, 2008, at 12.30, Pol.Lt.Col. Apimuk Am-natmankong, Pattaya Investigator, was notified by a vigilante that he had detained a suspect who had stolen air compressor units from a house belonging to ex-Thai PM‘s father-in-law in Moo Baan Sigan, Nongprue. Police rushed to investigate.
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Arriving at the incident, police found neighbours had detained Mr. Grisanai Tiengwiboon, (26), from Khonkaen province, who with a friend, identified only as Mr. “S”, had apparently been stealing property around Pattaya city. The suspects had apparently found an abandoned house, and gone inside to steal 3 air-conditioning compressor units installed outside the house. They had then hidden the compressors in the woods. The neighbours, seeing the theft, helped to arrest Mr.Grisanai, but Mr “S” escaped.

Mr. Seksan Prasert (24), from Chonburi, the witness who lives in a house opposite, told police that, while he was resting in front of his house, he saw 2 young men carrying compressor units out of the house. He was suspicious and rang the caretaker of house to ask if the owners had arranged for mechanics to repair the compressor units. When he found out that no one had been so employed, Mr. Seksan and other neighbours detained one of the suspects, but his accomplice escaped.

Apparently, the house that had been burgled belongs to Pol.Lt.Gen.Samur Damaphong, father of Lady Pojamarn Shinnawatra, wife of Mr Thaksin Shinawatra, Ex-Thai Prime Minister. Pol.Lt.Gen.Samur had bought the house as a holiday home.

Police took pictures, recorded the incident and invited the caretaker to help with their ongoing investigations. They hope to identify and arrest the other suspect soon.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Crime News

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