Pattaya Daily News

05 May 2011 :: 15:05:27 pm 53549

Summit Factory Worker Assaulted And Robbed

Four men assaulted a factory worker at his house before robbing his properties and escaped with the stolen pick-up truck
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Pattaya, 4 May 2011 [Pattaya Daily News]: At 1.30 p.m., Police Lieutenant Virat Tetthong (Banglamung Police Duty Investigator) of Banglamung Police Station was informed of a robbery and assault that occurred at Laem Chabang National Housing Authority. The police interrogated the victim for further information.

35-year-old employee of Thai Summit factory, Wora Poj Worapan was wounded in the face and body.

Wora Poj confessed that besides his Summit job he had a small business on the side, selling miscellaneous items at the factory as a way to earn extra money.

His customer and colleague, Pichart Limjan who owed him 6,000 Baht, visited his house one day and told him that the money would be paid on 7th May, Wora said to the police, adding that he agreed with the arrangement.

Later that day Pichart came back to the victim’s house with four additional men.

According to Wora Poj, they stormed into his house, pushing him onto the floor before threatening him with a kitchen knife. Then they suffocated him with a pillow while bruising his body. In the end they tied up his wrists and ankles with the cable wire before taping his mouth.

After that, they stole a LCD computer monitor, a digital camera, two mobile phones, 1,500 Baht cash and the keys of his black Nissan pick-up truck, Wora reported.

He said that as soon as the gang left his house, he crawled out to the balcony and called for help.

Neighbours came to Wora’s rescue and untied him before searching for the suspects, police said.

Officers added that his neighbours located the truck at the park in the adjacent building.

The truck’s engine was still running but there were no properties or suspects found in the truck, the officials said.
The police confirmed that the court has issued an arrest warrant for Pichart and his gang to bring them to justice

Reporter : Yanwarrut   Photo : Yanwarrut   Category : Crime News

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