Pattaya Daily News

24 March 2017 :: 16:03:45 pm 119123

Thief Broke Handcuff, Attacked Officers And Fled Away

Volunteer police were attacked injured by handcuffed thief as they were delivering the suspect to question at Police station.
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PATTAYA-23March-[PattayaDailyNews]; at 15.00pm Miss Sasiporn Tatone aged 40 complained Pattaya journalists that she and village leader caught Miss Supanan Timtiaeng aged 55 for robbery. Later they handed over the suspect to volunteer police but she reportedly escaped.

 

Later Miss Sasiporn brought the journalist to the crime scene where is noodle shop and she told the journalists that she had opened for a couple month and she went to water the plant normally in the incident day. She came back again at 14.00 pm of the same day and she found that coffee machine was taken and the door was broken and several items were robbed. She believed that the suspects didn’t yet finish their job so she waited until 3 suspects came to the scene.

 

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Later she can catch the suspect who was identified as Mr Panya Maneepab aged 27 who claimed that he just parked a motorcycle for toilet. However, the police officers questioned until him confess that he robbed the shop. In addition, the suspect claimed that he worked for Mr Chan Thongkham aged 43 who is construction contractor but the officers called Mr Chan and he told the officers that Mr Panya was sacked because he stole things.

 

Miss Sasiporn added that Nongprue police assigned volunteer police to bring the suspects to question more and the officers already handcuff the suspect as well. However, the suspect can flee away and the officers were attacked injured.

 

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The officers who were injured claimed that the thief used master key to unlock handcuff and attack them injured before he ran away.

Reporter : Teerarak   Photo : Teerarak   Category : Crime News

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