Pattaya Daily News

21 January 2011 :: 11:01:10 am 49135

Philippine Woman Caught Shop Lifting at Central Festival

Staff from a sports shop located in the Central Festival Shopping Mall on the Beach Road in Pattaya gave chase when a Philippine woman was suspected of stealing sports as she left without paying.
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Pattaya, 18th January 2011 [Pattaya Daily News] At 21.00pm outside the Pattaya Police Station, as journalists were reporting on the fact that Mr. Pirpat Buncharoen, assistant of the Ministry of Justice was about to release troops in the attempt to clean up Pattaya of drugs, a member of staff from the VRC Super sports shop on the 2nd floor of Central Festival Shopping Mall came running out with 5-6 other members of staff holding on to a young foreign woman, requesting that she be searched as she was suspected of stealing from the shop.

The woman became frantic and started yelling and a struggled ensued as she tried to escape, which drew the attention of other shoppers and passersby, who gathered round.

On searching the woman identified as Mrs. Diana Lyn Lopez, aged 30 from the Philippines, a pink Nike sports T-shirt was found hidden under her skirt.

Ms. Pacharee Empracha, 26, a member of staff at the VRC super sports store said, Mrs. Lopez had come into store and looked around before taking 3 shirts into the fitting room. When she came out she returned only 2shirts and left the store. Ms. Pacharee notified a Central security guard, as Mrs. Diana walked across the street to the beach. They and a few other staff members ran after her to retrieved the stolen item.

The police charged Mrs. Diana with theft, before sending her to Police Lieutenant Anan Thamchayagun, investigations official, for further proceedings.

Reporter : Yanwarrut   Photo : Yanwarrut   Category : Crime News

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