Pattaya Daily News

13 May 2014 :: 11:05:46 am 85810

Safe Robbery Case in Pattaya

The police have been notified of the robbery case of a man who went round climbing the roof and robbing a safe from a Finance Company that contained several hundred thousand baht.
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PATTAYA – May 13, 2014, [Pattaya Daily News]: At 9 hours on 12 May 2014, the police was notified that there was a robbery incident at AMA Finance Company, resides in Sukhumvit Road, Bang Lamung, Central Pattaya and rushed to the scene with other police investigators.

The incident took place at 4-storey building, 1 Unit Finance company that offers credits for automobile and motorcycle services. The police were accompanied by Ms. Wanlee Cheaupitta, an office worker aged 28 to the scene and found 50*50 cms. weight more than 100 kilograms Office safety box that has been drilled and fully damaged by the robber. The police had detected that the safe contained 10000 bath cash, 3 cashier checks, an ATM card with password that has 5000 baht cash and 3 computer notebooks. Ms. Wanlee revealed that the office resumes normal working operating hours from Monday to Saturday.

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Mr. Wanlee was walking into the office when she surprisingly found the office safe was completely drilled by the robber. She then walked to the rooftop and found some evidences of the roof drilling as well. Ms. Wanlee said there was a similar incident happened 4 months ago.

After investigation, the police suspected the robber must be a construction worker from the adjacent hotel, who climbed over the wall to the rooftop and invaded into the building. Although no images could be captured from the security camera, the police could collect the finger prints of the criminal for further investigation. The police further revealed that the similar 2 to 3 robbery cases each day is occurring in Pattaya where police often failed to detect the criminals in most of these cases.

Reporter : Teerarak   Photo : Teerarak   Category : Crime News

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