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07 August 2010 :: 16:08:37 pm 34646

Pregnant Woman Aids in Arrest of Armed Car Thieves

A woman nine months pregnant, was rewarded with 10,000 baht after assisting police officers in catching a car thief in Bangkok.
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Bangkok, 6th August 2010: The Khao Sod Thai newspaper reported that police Major General Kreerin Inkaew (Metropolitan Police 9 Commander), police Colonel Sunthorn Torod (Luksong Police Station Superintendent), police Lieutenant Colonel Yutthaphong Intharaphong (Luksong Police Station Deputy Superintendent), Female Captain Angkhana Bunyong (the victim) along with the representative from the Tesco Lotus presented a gift basket to the team of officers as a reward in accordance with their “Immediately catch, immediately pay” campaign”. In addition to this, Police Major General Kreerin Inkaew presented a gift of 10,000 baht to Miss Thitima Yurawan a 9 month pregnant lady who assisted the officer in catching the offenders.

On 4th of August 2010, two offenders used a knife to force Female Captain Angkhana Bunyong [54] (undercover Marine solider) to give up her gray bronze Toyota Fortunor car from the Bangkhae Tesco Lotus.  Miss Thitima Yurawan [33] who was in her car approached the scene when she noticed an incident before informing the police and Jor-Sor 100 radio station and then following the offenders.

The officer directed the task force to different points before the successful apprehension. During the operation, Police Sergeant Mayor Wiratchai crossed the patroling car in front of the stated Fortunor driven by the suspects Mr. Worawut Ngamtrong and Mr. Thamrong Thongin who did not surrender and in a bid to escape collided with Police Lieutenant Colonel Natthawat’s car that was crossing the other side. The officer then shot at the tires and door which brought them to a stop.

Captain Bunyong revealed that before the incident occurred, she unlocked her car with the key remote, the suspects had been hiding in order to get in the car. When she started the engine, she found one of the suspects, Mr. Ngamtrong pointing a knife at her and ordering her to drive the car away. Captain Bunyong then asked for her life during a 5 minute negotiation before jumping from the car to stand in front it. She shouted for help. At that point the suspect moved to sit in the drivers’ seat before making his escape.

At the same time, Miss Yurawan approached the scene, asking the female captain what was happening. She then decided to follow the offenders while at the same time calling 191 for the police and the motorist radio station. She continued to follow the stolen car that went down the Phutthamonthon 1 Road while keeping the police informed of their whereabouts on her mobile phone until she lost them at the Setthakit Village. The police team successfully apprehended them. 

Under interrogation, Mr. Ngamtrong confessed that he went along the orders of Mr. Chai the boss who offered to pay him 50,000 baht. Mr. Ngamtrong had been watching this car for a week before the attempted theft. He received 1,000 baht for watching the target stealing each car.

Miss Yurawan stated that she was due to give birth to her son on 5th August 2010, but that morning the doctor told gave her a new date for the due time, 12th of August, which is the Thai Nations Mothers day. She decided that she may name her baby boy as “Hero” in accordance with the incident that had occurred.

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