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11 May 2011 :: 14:05:58 pm 53699

Tourist Released Although Found Guilty Of Fraud

Pattaya police released a Liberian tourist because the money exchange teller did not wish to press charges against him for fraud currency.
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Pattaya, 11 May 2011 [Pattaya Daily News]: At 1 a.m., Pattaya Police Department was notified that a foreigner had used fraud money to exchange for Thai Baht at a money exchange booth on Walking Street, South Pattaya.

According to one of the tellers, Davis Henry Shakie, 33 approached the booth with several foreign $100 bills and enquired to exchange about 180,000 Baht in Thai currency.

One of the tellers gave the Liberian customer his Thai money, while the other counted the cash and discovered that there were many $1 banknotes hidden in a pile of $100 bills.

The cashier confronted the tourist but he ran away after denying that those $1 notes were among his pile of cash, the teller told the police who arrived at the scene within minutes.

The police caught Davis at Wat Chaimongkon intersection and found the cash as reported by the teller.

However, the currency exchange cashier did not wish to press charges against the Liberian tourist, the police said.

Thereofre Davis was released after he returned all the Thai cash to the teller upon request, the police added.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Community News

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