Pattaya Daily News

01 February 2010 :: 15:02:27 pm 11784

Thai Woman Shot After Car Chase in Pattaya

A Thai woman has been shot in the bottom after a terrifying car chase whilst she had been riding her motorbike home with her foreign boyfriend in Pattaya.
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Pattaya, the 1st of February 2010 [Pattaya Daily News]: At approximately 5:00am police Lieutenant Colonel Jakkarin Touhsuphap (Pattaya Police Investigator) received a report stating that a Thai woman had been shot by an unknown gunman near the Araya Villa, Soi Siam Country Club, Pattaya. A team of police officers and medical personnel from the Pattaya Memorial Hospital rushed to the scene to investigate further.

 

Officers arrived at the scene to find the injured woman, Miss Kallaya Khorsanguannam [37] suffering from a gunshot wound to the bottom. The medical team from the Pattaya Memorial Hospital provided on the spot first-aid before rushing her to the hospital to have the bullet removed. A black Yamaha Nouvo motorbike parked in the victims’ front yard had suffered a punctured tire and damage to the seat as a result of further gunfire.

Police interrogated Miss Khorsanguannam who stated that she and her foreign boyfriend had been riding home when a bronze pickup started to chase them. Approximately 500 meters from their residences the pickups passenger began to fire at them from behind hitting the motorbikes rear wheel and seat with two shots. Scared for their lives, they ditched the motorbike in the front yard running into the house, however; a third shot was fired as the couple tried to escape, hitting Miss Khorsanguannam in the bottom. The offenders fled the scene after the victims had run into their house.

 

After the evidence had been collected and statements obtained, an officer reported that they currently believed the incident was in relation to a personal feud, business disagreement or possible attempted robbery. Investigation will continue in order to apprehend the dangerous gunman and accomplice before further shootings or fatalities occur.

Reporter : Wirraphun   Photo : Wirraphun   Category : Crime News

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