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04 September 2010 :: 13:09:35 pm 37494

Reconstruction of the Serbian ATM bandits

Pattaya police have arrested two Serbians for the theft of the Ayudhya ATM machine last month, while their accomplices made their escape through the Cambodian border.
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 Pattaya 4th September2010 [Pattaya Daily News]On the 3rd of September 2010, in Rayong province, Police General Auswin Kwanmeung, Assistant Commissioner-General and Police Major General Thanitsak Teerasawat, Rayong Police Commissioner, took the two Serbians, the Ayudhya ATM Bandits, to a reconstruction in front of pedestrians.

 

The two, Mr. Milan Nicholic, (43) and Mr. Breniley Lasic, (50) were arrested at Lee-la Garden Hotel, Suan Loung District, Bangkok and confiscated cash of 154,100 baht, two mobile phones and two Bangkok Bank books along with ATM cards.

The two bandits confessed to the crime of the stolen ATM machine from the Bank of Ayudhya in Rayong on the 27th of August with two other friends Mr. Alexander Warasev, (42) and Mr. Dayan Marrick, (32) who managed to escape through the Aranyaprathet border crossing into Cambodia. The two had taken the stolen money with them, leaving a little for Mr. Warasev and Mr. Marrick for the rest of their time here and their journey home on the 6th September. They planned to split the money when they met up again in their homeland. The ATM machine which contained over Bt 4 million in cash was dumped after being stolen on a farm in Sattahip.

  

The two bandits explained that they had rented motorbikes to research the area, including an escape route. They then chose this particular bank because of its location and because it was very dark and quiet in the area. They were responsible for the theft of a Kasikorn Bank ATM from Chonburi in the past and had served their sentence, being released only in March 2009, before being deported out of the country however; they were able to sneak back in through the Cambodian border to recommit the crime with no fear of the Thai justice system.

Officers identified the vehicles used in the removal of the ATM from CCTV surveillance tapes and tracked the registrations to a car hire firm along the Sukhumvit road between Sattahip and Pattaya. The vehicles were confiscated for inspection before the owner of the company was interrogated. The owner Mr. Akkhaphol Jansereekun, told police that the vehicles were rented by two Serbian Nationals, identified by their documents presented at the time of hiring.

 

Police General Auswin Kwanmeung, Assistant Commissioner-General said members of this Serbian gang is on the increase, and that they are one of the more serious transnational crime gangs. The other two bandits must now be back in their own country.

However, the Royal Thai police will be co-operating with the Serbian Police in order to have them sent back to Thailand for prosecution.

Thank you : krobkruakao.com

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