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05 November 2011 :: 08:11:14 am 59724

Suzuki Sriracha FC Players Belongings Stolen During Training

Sriracha football club players team coach had their belongings stolen in the dressing room by a criminal. Sriracha police is on the case. The arrest of the culprit is expected soon thanks to CCTV footage and witnesses who saw the thief. Any information regarding the theft please notify the Sriracha police. Tel: 038 – 311 112
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Sriracha, November 2, 2011 [Pattaya Daily News]; Suzuki field stadium 17:00 hrs. The players and coach of Sriracha Suzuki FC arrive at the scheduled soccer training. An hour later, a team official finds the belongings of the players in the dressing room helter-skelter.

The team check their belongings and find many items missing like Mr. Douglas Cobo’s wallet with important documents and cash circa 2,000 THB plus a Blackberry mobile phone valued 12,000 THB, Mr. Korkrerk Petchkongthong’s; Blackberry mobile phone and cash missing, Mr. Vachiraphol Nongnual; Blackberry mobile phone and wallet gone, Mr. Nunthavit Payuksri; wallet with cash and important documents also missing, and Mr. Yuthana Thamprasert’s brand new Galaxy smart phone and cash is lost. The total value of the stolen more than 20,000 THB.

The police is notified and the CCTV footage shows a man age circa 18-25, height 170 cm, thin with short hair, dressed in a black shirt, jeans and green base ball cap walking around the area several times, thereafter stealing the players belongings. The witnesses and team saw the suspect near the soccer field.

Any information regarding this theft, please contact: Lt. Sophonvit Mitprapan, Sriracha police station Tel: 038 311 -112, 038 311 451

 

Reporter : Jirrawat   Photo : Jirrawat   Category : Crime News

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