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31 May 2012 :: 09:05:05 am 64047

Pattaya Walk-in-Thief Caught on CCTV – The Suspect Still at Large!

A CCTV unit at a Pattaya office recorded the images a thief who stole a bag belonging to the of the owner of a small IT company. The value of the stolen property is about 100,000 THB. The thief escaped.
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Pattaya [Pattaya Daily News] (May 29, 2012) Pol. Lt. Col. Chuangchot Mongkolthanayuth, Pattaya police station was notified that a thief had stolen a pink bag from Pailin Information & Technology Co., Ltd. office.

Address: 301/103 Thepprasit road, Moo 12, Nong Preu, Banglamung, Chonburi province.

At the scene of the crime, a four story building the police found Ms. Pailin Deesom, age 23, the owner of the company waiting for the police.

 

Ms. Pailin said that, a thief stolen her pink leather bag which contained: 50,000 THB, a gold necklace and a pair of gold earrings weight 1 THB and important documents. Plus a credit card, a ATM card. Total value of the stolen articles about 100,000 THB.

Ms. Pailin, the owner of the company said that, while the employees were working on the 2nd floor and the 4th floor, she brought her bag downstairs and put it on the table and walked to the back of the building.

When she returned her pink bag was gone!

 

She immediately checked CCTV footage and saw that a thief had entered her office and stolen her bag.

The CCTV images showed the suspect height about 170-175 cm, dark skin, riding a white Honda Wave motorbike. The thief wore a helmet to hide his face and a mask. A brown color short sleeve shirt and short grey pants. The CCTV showed that thief had parked his motorbike and walked into the office, grabbed the bag and disappeared.

All this happened in 60 seconds.

 

The police will further question the victim and examine the CCTV footage in order to arrest the thief who stole Ms. Pailin’s pink handbag.

Reporter : Tanasab   Photo : Tanasab   Category : Crime News

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