Pattaya Daily News

30 November 2011 :: 09:11:18 am 60374

Russian Caught Stealing A Toilet-brush at HomeWorks Pattaya

A Russian shoplifter Mr Kurchenko stole a toilet-brush at Homeworks DYI & hardware store and was arrested immediately after the staff became suspicious and watched the CCTV footage.
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Pattaya, November 28, 2011[Pattaya Daily News]; Pol. Lt. Vitsanu Chaisuwan, Pattaya police, was notified about a foreigner detained at Homeworks department store accused of stealing a toilet brush.

At the crime scene the police found Mr. Ritthisak Jannuch, the staff of HomeWorks with the detained thief Mr. Denis Kurchenko age 25, nationality Russian, with a toilet brush name brand Rembrandt, model 980.60.312, chromium color, value 1,560 THB.

Upon investigation Mr. Ritthisak, said that, Mr. Denis, the suspect entered the bathroom equipment section walked around for a long time and left the store without buying anything.

The the staff consulted the CCTV. The footage showed Mr. Denis stealing the toilet brush and hiding it in a carry all bag.

 

The staff alerted the security guard in order to detain Mr. Denis who was at the parking lot trying to escape.

At first he refused, but when the security guard found the toilet brush in his bag he confessed and tried to pay for the toilet-brush asking not not to be arrested.

Mr. Denis was informed that he had committed a crime, a theft and that’s why he had to be arrested, no compromise according to the law. The police was notified immediately thereafter.

Later Mr. Denis was further investigated whereby his passport was found stating that he is an employee of a travel agency in Pattaya.

The Russian shoplifter, Mr. Denis Kurchenko will be charged with theft and will be prosecuted according to the Thai law.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Crime News

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