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02 February 2008 :: 11:02:48 am 12082

Teenage Gang Invades Seven-Eleven; Leaves Craft Fish “Calling Card”

A gang of teenage thugs, wearing Craft Fish T-shirts, invaded a Seven-Eleven shop. Unable to get the cash, they tried to take the imported whiskey. One thug was seriously injured when he attempted to get away.
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Pattaya – On 1 Januray 2008, at 4am, Miss Gowwadee Permmee (26), residing at 8/2 Moo 1, Najomtien, the cashier of the Seven-Eleven Shop, Hoyyai Branch 6/20 Moo 1, Najomtien, notified Police Lieutenant Colonel Attarot Krongrat, Sattahip Inspector, that two teenagers had broken into the shop. One jumped off the building and was severely injured. Four other gang members managed to escape.

When police arrived at the shop, Miss. Gowwadee, the cashier, explained that two teenagers walked into the store, grabbed a bottle of beer, smashed it and pointed the jagged bottle at store staff.

The miscreants, then, shouted, “This is a robbery!”

One of the gang tried to jump behind the counter, but Mrs. Gowwadee managed to lock the cash register and ran to hide in a storage room.

Upon further questioning, Miss Gowwadee, the cashier, explained that two men walked in to rob the shop, while three men waited outside as lookouts. She said the gang only wanted cash and whiskey, not the telephone cards which would normally be targets of robberies.

Sattahip Police Superintendent, Police Colonel Supapee Boonkrong, said that, interestingly, the gang left their T-shirts with Craft Fish pictures on them, as if they wanted to advertise who they are. Police said they have a list of the names of four of the gang members and will bring in witnesses to look at their ID cards, so they can be identified and face justice.

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Crime News

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