Pattaya Daily News

12 September 2008 :: 15:09:52 pm 10428

Suspect Car Crash Pattaya Police And Run Away

The incident took place in Soi Sophon, Central Pattaya, at 07.00, on September 11th, 2008, when Pol.Maj. Witthaya Yuenyong found a suspect, in a white Honda Jazz, license No. 190, Bangkok, was coming by after committing a robbery in Sattahip.
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Pol.Maj. Witthaya had asked a Thai man (30), the driver, who was in white singlet and jeans for inspection, but the suspect sped up the car and crash into police sergeant Yuthaphong Gaew-anan tcausing an injury and also destroyed a patrolled motorbike. Police made the attempt to shoot on the tires but the suspect drove the car up to Sukhumvit road quickly.

The chasing was troublesome because of the heavy pouring rain. Police had put up a barrier but the suspect had driven through it without fear. After an hour of chasing, the suspect had come to a dead-end in Soi (Tung-glom-Tanman 11) then he decided to leave the car and ran away into tapioca plantation. Police had encircled the area but the suspect managed to escape due to many exits out of that big area [about 100 Rai of land].

Police found the evidence of an I.D. card, which was identified as Mr. Suwat Pinsuwankul (32), from Suphanburi, a holster, notebook computer and many tools in the car.

Pol.Col. Nopadol Wongnom, Pattaya superintendent, found many records that the car was being used in robbery in many areas such as: Bangkok, Chonburi, Sriracha, Banglamung, Mueng and Sattahip. The most recent one was a robbery, 400,000 baht worth of property in Plu-talueng, Sattahip

Reporter : Jirrawat   Photo : Jirrawat   Category : Crime News

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