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Pattaya Daily News

19 July 2012 :: 17:07:56 pm 65047

Serial Female Thief Enjoys 100,000 THB Spending Spree

A female thief spent 100,000 THB in stolen money to buy motorbikes, gold jewelry, and ya-ice before she was arrested by police in her hotel room. She has a history of similar crimes against both Thais and tourists.
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PATTAYA – July 18, 2012 [Pattaya Daily News]; At 3 p.m., an arrest of a known female thief was announced by Pol. Maj. Gen. Jamnong Rattanakul, Commissioner, Chonburi province; Pol. Col. Panthana Nuchanart, Superintendent, Pattaya police station, Chonburi province; Pol. Lt. Col. Kierttisak Sathongoy, Deputy Superintendent; Pol. Lt. Col. Anak Prasongsuk, Inspector; Pol. Capt. Trongsak Petchharn, Deputy Inspector; and the police team.

The defendant, Mrs. Orawan or “Ole Kaewdaeng,” age 43, is accused of stealing property. Police seized the evidence of 3 motorbikes: a Honda Click, license number NGOR NOR LOR-755 Chonburi; a Honda Wave with red license number; and a Honda Click with red license number. The stolen property included many visa cards from different banks, a small necklace, a locket with three Buddha images, a Paul Frank pink lady’s handbag; and a 0.75 gram bag of ya-ice.

Mrs. Orawan also was found with a British passport belonging to Mr. Paul Andrew Demham. Mr. Paul’s wife, Mrs. Supphakanya Pimolboot, the victim of the recent theft, pointed out the suspect to police to confirm.

Pol. Maj. Gen. Jamnong Rattanakul said that on July 8, police were notified by Mrs. Supphakanya Pimolboot that she had been tricked and cheated by the woman thief, who stole her handbag with more than 100,000 THB cash inside.

The police, headed by Pol. Col. Panthana Nuchanart, Superintendent Pattaya police station, Chonburi province; and Pol. Lt. Col. Anak Prasongsuk, Inspector, and the detective police team investigated the case and later identified Mrs. Orawan as the thief.


Mrs. Orawan had escaped to stay at Nasa Orchid hotel, room number 212. The arresting officers had been issued the court warrant of Pattaya provincial court at J.434/2555, dated June 22, 2012. They entered the room of Mrs. Orawan and arrested her. Besides the stolen property found in the room, police seized the small ya-ice bag and equipment to consume the drug. They also notified Mr. Paul that they had recovered his passport.

During questioning, Mrs. Orawan confessed that she stole property belonging to the victim and used the 100,000 THB to buy two new motorbikes and a gold necklace. The rest of money she spent extravagantly and also bought ya-ice to consume.

Mrs. Oraway had also used a rental Honda Click motorbike, license number NGOR NOR LOR-755 Chonburi, to escape with after her thefts. The motorbike was still in the hotel parking lot. The motorbike’s owner notified police to arrest this trouble maker, because her rental contract had expired but she had not returned the motorbike.

The defendant confessed to her recent theft, and also stealing from her previous victims in reported incidents, which let the police to believe that Mrs. Orawan might have been stealing or deceiving Thai and foreign people several times. In a previous incident, Mrs. Orawan had stolen money from the bag of the owner of Horlanda guest house by tricking the owner that there was flooding in the toilet. Police are investigating whether she had any friends in a gang helping her commit her crimes, before sending her to prosecute according to the law.

Anyone else who has been victimized or had property stolen by Mrs. Orawan is invited to come to the police station to identify the defendant.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Crime News

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