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27 May 2014 :: 12:05:15 pm 88180

Police Failed to Prevent Motorcycle Theft in Chonburi

Yesterday the reporter was notified that about 10 motorcycles were stolen from one of the apartments in Chonburi Province. Police still failed to prevent this misconduct that has been ongoing for years although the apartment has the security camera to capture the images.
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CHONBURI –  May 27, 2014, [Pattaya Daily News]; Yesterday the reporter was notified that there were about 10 motorcycles stolen in one of the apartments in Chonburi Province.
 
The victim, Ms. Angkana who is KPJ motor’s staff revealed that three of her motorcycles and about ten of her friends’ motorcycles from the same apartment have been stolen continuously since the previous year. She suspects that the robber be one of the mates living in the same apartment. She confidently said that she has been keeping her vehicle with the best way from it getting stolen. She made sure that she locked her motorcycle well each time before she got into her room. However, she mentioned that the robbery was likely to occur at about 2 hours and 6-7 hours in the morning when there were not people around and it was likely to happen so quickly before anyone could notice it.
 

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She reported to the police officer but unfortunately there has been no progress on the complaint made so far. Another victim, Ms. Pransa explained the similar incident that happened to the reporter. Both victims requested that the police officers look at the case closely and take necessary actions as to prevent the incident from happening again in the future

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