Pattaya Daily News

26 August 2015 :: 09:08:37 am 106616

Thai Man Tricks Vendors

Two Thai food Street Vendors were tricked by Thai man who pretended to buy food using a 1,000 baht.
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PATTAYA-25th August- [PattayaDailyNews] at 12.00 pm Pol.Capt.Witsanu Chaisuwan- deputy inspector ofPattaya police station- was notified that a Thai food vendor had been tricked and her bag had been stolen. After notification the police officers rushed to inspect the crime scene.

 

At the crime scene the police officers found Mrs.Nongluk Thammarit aged 35 who was a street vendor and she revealed that a Thai man aged 30-40 years old who was riding a Honda motorcycle had stolen her bag containing 3,000 baht, a phone, credit card and some important documents.

 

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As the police officers were questioning Mrs.Nongluk, Mrs.Thongbeng O-Charod aged 50 who is a fruit vendor came over and gave the police a description of the thief. Mrs Thongbeng told the police that he had pretended to buy some durian from her and he gave her 1,000 baht but she didn’t have enough change. He then told her that he needed to go back to work and he asked her to come with him to withdraw some money from a nearby ATM and told her to leave her money bag with another vendor.

 

She then went with him but when he stopped in front of an apartment he told her that his foreign wife will pay her and he quickly rode away. She waited for a long time but no one came out so she went back and found that he had returned and took her money bag.

 

The police officers quickly spread the identity of the villain to patrol teams but they were unable to locate him. The police would like to warn local people to be extra careful with people who act like this and they intend to investigate the case further to arrest the thief as soon as possible.

Reporter : Teerarak   Photo : Teerarak   Category : Crime News

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