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Pattaya Daily News

30 October 2012 :: 15:10:01 pm 68006

Serial Burglar In South Pattaya Eludes Police

The Pattaya police rounded up a group of 10 Burmese workers living behind Wat Chaimongkol temple on Pattaya Tai road after several nearby apartments were burglarized. The police lacked conclusive evidence to identify the culprit, but detained the suspicious looking immigrants for further questioning.
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PATTAYA – October 30, 2012 [Pattaya Daily News]ว at 1 a.m., a report of a burger breaking into many apartments and stealing property was received by Pol. Lt. Col. Anake Sathongyu, Inspector, Pattaya police station, Chonburi province. He rushed to inspect the scene with a volunteer police team and Civil Defense Volunteers.

The initial burglary report was from the owner of a rental room at 201/22 (behind Wat Chaimongkol temple), south Pattaya, Moo 10 Tambon Nong Preu, Amphur Banglamung, Chonburi province.

The burglaries took place in a 4-story building that extended for many blocks. The first floor houses beauty shops and accessory shops, while the upper floors has rooms for rent. Waiting for the police was a burglarized victim, identified as Ms. Nongnuch Endu, age 23, a beer bar employee, who lived in a room on the fourth floor.

Ms. Nongnuch and the owner of her rental room were walking around carrying a big stick of hard wood as a weapon to find the burglar that made trouble. Also a lot of local people were assisting them to find the burglar, after the apartment owner said it was likely the burglar was still hiding in the building.

The police and the victim and her landlord went to inspect for rooms that were burglarized. They discovered four rooms were broken into and had property stolen while the tenants were at work. The police team joined the manhunt, and five minutes later found a suspicious looking man in the nearby building.

The police restrained the suspect to investigate. He was identified as Mr. Saw Phoe Yay Khal, age 30, nationality Burmese. He could speak Thai language clearly and denied being the burglar who made trouble.

Mr. Saw told police he was staying with his friends who were employees selling goods in Wat Chaimongkol market. But when he saw so many police arrive, he became afraid that the police will come to arrest him, so he ran out of the rental room. But he also brought along his personal documents and the work permit of foreign worker, to show to the police that he came to work legally.

But the police still didn’t believe what this man was saying because of his suspicious appearance. Then the police took the Burmese suspect to the burglarized victim to look at his face, but she still could not confirm exactly that he was the burglar, because she had not seen his face.

So the police team decentralized forces to search for the burglar in detail again for approximately 20 minutes but couldn’t find the burglar. However, the police still felt suspicious about the Burmese suspect who seemed like the trouble maker, or perhaps related to the burglar who made trouble.

So the police restrained almost 10 Burmese workers who were staying in the nearby building to inspect for their work permits, and restrained all of them to investigate at Pattaya police station.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Crime News

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