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30 December 2009 :: 01:12:35 am 9726

Three Bank Robbers Arrested, Several Others On The Run

This is an update to the robbery on the 28th December of a Siam Simco Company security truck at the PTT petrol station in Pattaya where robbers managed to steal Bt5 million and escape by truck.
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Police had assumed the robbery was an inside job as the robbers appeared to know the details of the transfer schedule well and also one of the victims said that one of the suspects could be a former bank employee who had been suspended from his job after some money had gone missing while he was on duty.

At 00:30 am. on 29th December, police colonel Prayont Laseuh and police colonel Aukaradetch Pimolsri from the Crime Suppression Department accompanied by Police Major General Bundit Kunnajak , Chonburi Commander In Chief and a team of professional detectives applied to the Pattaya court to issue a warrant for the arrest of three suspects : Mr. Peerapong or Tom Jiarania [32] a former employee of the Samco Co., residing at 45 Moo. 5, Samed, Chonburi, Mr. Somyos Thongpriew [31] residing at 213/5 Moo. 11 Nongprue, and Mr. Charin Pun-ngern [25] an employee of Samco Co., residing at 31/1 , Bantak, Tak province. The three suspects confessed their involvement but that they only gave away the information of the delivery.

At 10.30 am. on the same day Police Major General Bundit said that investigations so far revealed that six men had been drinking together one night and Mr. Bancha Gosee[36], Mr. Peerapong’s friend, residing at 584 Sumray, Thanburi, Bangkok, mentioned that he wanted to rob a bank delivery truck and the conversation led to operational details of how the bank delivered money to ATM machines. The three suspects in police custody said they didn’t think that the other three would actually carry out the robbery.

Banglamung Police Superintendent, Police Colonel Somnuek Junket, presumed that there must be around 7-8 people involved with this case. He believed that the rest of the suspects were attempting to leave the country through the Aranyapratet border.

However immigration police had been contacted and a reward of 100,000 baht has been offered for information leading to the suspects’ arrest.

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