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25 April 2013 :: 19:04:18 pm 74101

Slick Safecracker Steals German’s Cash Stash

Criminals stole 80,000 baht cash from the safe of a German building destruction contractor. Police suspect that the thief was either an insider or a safe opening expert, because the theft was committed without any signs of forced entry.
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PATTAYA – April 25, 2013 [Pattaya Daily News]: At 1 a.m., a report of a burglary was received by Pol. Col. Anukul Preedayuth, detective officer of Pattaya police station. The burglary occurred in Gamania Condominium, soi Chaiyapruk 2, moo 12, Nongprue Banglamung, Chonburi.
Waiting for the police were the victims, Mrs. Sudaporn Pfeiffer, 43 years old, with Mr. Heinze Grodse , 46 years old, the owner of a building destruction business, from Germany.

They brought the police to see the crime scene on the 3rd floor, room number 306. They had checked in the clothes cabinet and found that their small safe, which had contained 80,000 baht cash, was missing the money. Only the passport of the husband was left behind.

Mrs. Sudaporn told police that the cash had been in the safe when it was moved from room 806 on the eighth floor. The money was in the safe when she went out. But when she came back, the money was missing, without any traces of damage done to the safe.

Preliminary inspection by police showed no signs of moving or tampering with the safe. The police believed that the criminal was some inside person using reserve keys to open the safe, or was a safecracking expert. However, the police would continue investigating and asking witnesses for information to find the real criminal.

Reporter : Tanasab   Photo : Tanasab   Category : Crime News

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