Pattaya Daily News

25 July 2012 :: 12:07:59 pm 65200

Teen Motorbikers Snatch 1 Million THB necklace From Tourist

A pack of teen motorbikers on Sukhumvit Road in central Pattaya yanked a necklace worth nearly 1 million THB from the neck of a 48-year-old Swedish tourist. She was a passenger on a motorbike driven by her bodybuilder boyfriend, who owns a well-known bodybuilding gymnasium in Sweden.
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PATTAYA – July 24, 2012 [Pattaya Daily News]; At 12:10 a.m., Pol. Lt. Col. Techit Kulkanit, investigating officer, Pattaya police station, Chonburi province, was notified of a necklace snatching by Mr. Micke Nylander, 46, a Swedish native. The necklace had been pulled from the neck of his girlfriend, Mrs. Gisela Solar, 48, also from Sweden. The white gold necklace with diamond was worth 900,000 THB.

The victims were brought to the police station by a motorbike driver assisting them, Mr. Sukit Kusol, 43. The incident had occurred at front of Jae Deurn restaurant on Sukhumvit Road, central Pattaya.

Mr. Micke said he owns a well-known bodybuilding gymnasium in Sweden, and he is also a bodybuilder. He had been in Pattaya a few days when incident occurred. He and his girlfriend were riding a motorbike along Sukhumvit road, and saw a statue of a bodybuilder, so his girlfriend got off the motorbike to take a picture with the statue.

When they got back on the motorbike and rode for about 30 meters, a pack of about 7 to 8 teens, all under the age of 20, followed them on five motorbikes. The teens were all wearing casual sporting attire.

Mr. Micke recalled that the teenager who stole the necklace was wearing a white football jersey and riding a dark-colored Wave 125 motorbike. He came alongside the couple, and pulled the necklace from the neck of his girlfriend, then quickly escaped toward north Pattaya. Two other teenagers on motorbikes then blocked the road lane to prevent the victims from following.

Mr. Sukit, the helpful motorbike driver, said he had been waiting for customers nearby, when he heard the victims shouting for help that their necklace had been stolen.

He pursued the thieves and found that one of the teens’ motorbikes had fallen on the ground at the runway to bridge number 7, part 5. So he tried to chase them but could not catch them. Mr. Sukit then called 191 for police to arrest the thieves, but there was no trace of them. So he brought the victims to the police.

Mrs. Gisela said if the police can arrest the thieves and return her necklace, she is willing to reward the police with 50,000 THB.

The police brought the victims and witness to inspect the scene of the theft, and to locate nearby CCTV cameras to find more information on the prowling gang of thieves, to arrest and prosecute further according to the law.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Crime News

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