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08 December 2016 :: 05:12:43 am 117446

Suspects Caught For Raping Girls

Pattaya police caught 4 men who suspected for raping 2 girls.
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PATTAYA – December 7,2016 [PattayaDailyNews]; Pol Capt Anupong Puangpee, deputy inspector of BamgLamung police station, had been notified that 2 girls were raped and left by a gang in a deserted road. Initially, the police officers brought them for health examination in Bang Lamung hospital and the officers started hunting the suspects.

 

On 7 December at 13.00pm, police officers arrested Mr Somchai Yana aged 22, Mr Yodying Ongkham aged 21, Mr Wittawas Trongchailan aged 18 and Mr Keng aged 16 after that the police officers brought them to reenact in the crime scene where is Kratinglai beach.

 

Upon questioning Mr Somchai he claimed that they met the girls who borrowed his cellphone on the beach because she claimed that her cellphone battery was dead. Later he offered to bring the girl to get a power bank before they had sex but he didn’t rape her anyway. Later he sent the girl in Kratinglai beach before he went to pick up his girlfriend.

 

Meanwhile, Mr Wittawas confessed that he and his friends drank with the girls after Mr Sochai dropped the girl. Later he and Mr Thanahai Keawchao aged 18 brought the girls to intercourse before they rode the motorcycle to drop the girls in the deserted road.

 

Pol Maj Gen Soprasong Yentuam, chief of Chonburi, revealed that he immediately ordered Pol Col Chakthip Paraphansakul, chief of BangLamung, to hunt the suspects after he had been reported this case. However, these suspects would have to be filed a charge of seducing teenager further. The officers would like to warn the people to be careful stranger and avoid using deserted road during night time.

Reporter : Teerarak   Photo : Teerarak   Category : Crime News

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