Pattaya Daily News

03 April 2014 :: 14:04:38 pm 83822

Thai Burglar who Used a Gun to Rob a Russian Woman Arrested

Nong Prue police took only one day to arrest a Thai man who used a gun to rob a Russian woman while she was at home. They used GPS to locate the thief.
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From the case where Miss Tatiana Ostapchuk, aged 35, Russian nationality was robbed at gun point at her house address 40/35 Rawiporn Village 1, Soi Wat Boonsamphan, Moo 10 Tambon Nong Prue, Amphur Banglamung, Chonburi Province, in the early morning of April 2, 2014 and took property worth over 100,000 THB then fled the scene has been arrested. Initially, Pol.Col. Sutthisak Wanthee (Superintendent of Nong Prue police station) had commanded the detective police team to follow up to find clues and arrest the robber urgently as he was afraid that this incident will affect tourism.

On the same day the incident occurred (April 2, 2014) at 7.00 p.m. Pol.Maj.Gen. Katcha Thartsart and the detective police team together had arrested a Mr. Chaimongkhol Damkhlongtan or Bird, aged 23, address 104 Moo 4 Tambon Thoong Kluay, Amphur Phu Sang, Phayao Province with the exhibits of 1 black fake Baretta gun, 1 iPad tablet, 1 Canon camera and 1 iPhone mobile phone, totalling over 100,000 THB, and 1bronze Toyota Vigo pick-up truck, license number Phor Nor 7402 Khon Kaen.

Pol.Maj.Gen. Katcha revealed that after he received information about this incident and then commanded Pol.Col. Sutthisak Wanthee (Superintendent of Nong Prue police station) to mobilize police forces to find clues. They tracked the GPS signal of the Russian victim’s mobile phone and found that the GPS signal was coming from a rented house without a number, Mae Nam Khu Kao Road, Moo 1 Tambon Mae Nam Khu, Amphur Pluak Daeng, Rayong Province so he coordinated with the victim and went to inspect the house. At the house police found a Mr Chaimongkhol or Bird with all the stolen items so they arrested him. Upon questioning him he confessed and told police it was his first offence and did it to get money for travelling but the police didn’t believe so they will check his criminal record.

The police also arrested 2 defendants who were identified as Mr. Anake or Tum Naksomboon, aged 33 and Miss Khanittha Janrat, aged 24, who are a couple wanted under arrest warrant from Pattaya provincial court no. J.220-221/2556, dated March 21, 2013, with the allegations of burglary from houses in Pattaya city and Amphur Banglamung .

Upon questioning Mr. Anake, he confessed that after making trouble he would give the stolen property to Miss Khanittha (his wife) to pawn them or exchange them for drugs to consume. The police sent all of them to the investigation officer to be prosecuted further according to the Thai law.

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Reporter : Nirach   Photo : Nirach   Category : Crime News

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