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27 March 2013 :: 16:03:15 pm 73317

Slick Motorbiking Thief Grounded by Satthip Cops

Sattahip police finally arrested a 22-year-old former convict who committed many snatchings on a motorbike. Victims included elderly women and the handicapped. The suspect was known as Koi-suea-phen (the name of a tiger tattoo). He confessed to committing crimes for money to buy meth.
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SATTAHIP – March 26, 2013 [Pattaya Daily News]; The arrest of a serial thief on a motorbike who snatched gold necklaces and property from numerous victims was announced by Mr. Phawat Lertmukda, Sattahip sheriff; with Mr. Narong Boonbanjerdsri, the mayor of Muang sattahip; Pol. Col. Chanapat Nawalak, director of Sattahip police station. Pol. Lt. Col. Prakorp Sangpring, vice suppression director; Pol. Lt. Col. Nipont Pomsanam, detective director, and the suppression operation team, under arrest warrant number Jor 226/ 2556, for snatching property and running away.

The suspect was identified as Mr. Jaturong Nuamsri, or Koi, 22 years old, living at house number 1/6, moo 1, Sattahip, Sattahip. Police seized the evidence of a blue-and-white Honda Wave he used for committing crimes.

Pol. Lt. Col. Prakorb Sangpring, vice suppression director, revealed that a lot of victims had recently come to the Sattahip police station to report their properties were snatched by a man wearing a military print T-shirt and riding blue-and-white Honda Wave with no license plate.

His latest theft was on the morning of March 15, when snatched a 1 baht gold necklace from Mrs. Kanokwarn Promsorn, 59 years old, in front of the house number 64/3, Chuensuk village, soi Khaokanthamas temple, moo 4, Sattahip Sattahip.

He had pretended to ask the victim for directions before snatching her necklace. The CCTV had recorded clear images of the suspect during the theft. The police showed the victim the criminal’s photo from his arrest file, and she confirmed the thief was Mr. Jaturong, who liked to wear a military print T-shirt.

His crimes were so frequent that he was referred to as “Koi Suea Phen.” This was because he often pretended to ask victims for directions, and when the victims got careless, he would snatch their property and drive away (“Phen” means running away).

The suspect had done so many snatchings that the police lost count. The police joined the forces with many officers to track down the thief. Finally they found and arrested him in room number 2 at the BB room hotel, Bantaothan market community, moo 8, Sattahip. After his arrest, he confessed that he did it to get money to buy meth.

Later, 4 victims came to identify the thief: Miss Boonyarat Pumpueachphol, 37 years old, who lost a half baht gold necklace in front of house number 128/3 moo 9, Sattahip;

Mrs. Nipha Jampatong, 40 years old, who lost a half baht gold necklace in front of SorKorSor hotel , soi Yangngam, moo 3, Sattahip;

Mrs. Pim Saeyab, 63 years old, who lost a quarter of baht gold necklace in front of animal food shop, number 34 moo 4, Sattahip;

and Mr. Korndanai, 27 years old, who is blind, and lost a Samsung mobile phone on soi Tueson, moo 7, Sattahip.

Police had the victims write down the theft incidents to include in the police arresting journal, for additional evidence to prosecute the suspect in four more cases.


Media Asked To Help Snare A Sattahip Necklace Thief

A 59-year-old wife of a navy officer asked the media to print a CCTV photo of a man on a motorbike who yanked a gold necklace from her neck in broad daylight. The police had not made much progress, so she hoped the media will enlist the public’s help to capture the

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Crime News

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