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24 May 2013 :: 14:05:10 pm 74878

Thief Arrested By Police After Stealing Possessions In Safe

A thief was arrested after robbing a photo studio in Samed sub-district. He stole possessions worth over 100,000 THB. The victims are extremely happy that he was arrested after Nine months.
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CHONBURI – May 23, 2013 [Pattaya Daily News]; Police officers of Chon Buri police station arrested Mr. Sarawut Wongmak, age 31, a suspect who was reported to rob a photo studio named ‘Chonikarn Master’ nine months ago. He was reported to have stolen a DSLR camera along with it’s lenses, he also took the studio’s safe which had possessions worth over 100,000 THB.

Mr. Chalong Phromlok, age 43, the photo studio’s owner and victim reported the incident to the police nine months ago or on September 2012. He wasn’t happy that the suspect wasn’t arrested yet as he was still hiding in the area where the incident happened, so he made vinyl stickers, posters, he then stuck the stickers on to his car and distributed the posters over the area. He also revealed that he would give a cash reward of 100,000 THB to the person who catches the thief, making the incident become a big deal last year.

Police officers said that the reason why it took so long to catch the thief was because the thief would hide from place to place, making it difficult to catch him. He then went to open a small business at a local market in Banglamung district, the place where he was arrested by the police. Mr. Sarwawut, the suspect, swiftly confessed that he did rob the photo studio nine months ago. He claimed that he needed the money to open his own business at a local market. When the victim, Mr. Chalong went to see the suspect face to face, he tried to assault to the suspect, but he was stopped by the police and was taken to a separate room to calm down. Mr. Chalong was thankful to the police, as the suspect was finally arrested after nine-months. The suspect will now be prosecuted by the police at Chon Buri police station.

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