Pattaya Daily News

03 December 2010 :: 13:12:02 pm 47111

Two Females Arrested For Theft Of 10 Million Baht From Russian

Pattaya police have announced the arrest in Bangkok of two women suspected of robbing a Russian man of 10 million baht in valuables at the Royal Cliff hotel.
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Pattya, November 2nd 2010,[Pattaya Daily News]: At 3.30 pm, Pattaya Police Superintendent Colonel Nunthawut Suwanla-ong, Deputy Superintendent Lieutenant Colonel Taratep Tupanich, and their team under the orders of Chon-Buri Provisional Police Commander Major-General Thanet Pinmeung-ngam, held a re-construction of the robbery of a Russian businessman by two female service workers. The scene of the reconstruction was room no. 7028, on the 7th floor of the Royal Cliff Beach Resort, Pattaya.

The robbery occurred on November 15th when the man took two ladies he had met in Walking Street’s Siren Bar to his room at the Resort. The man was drugged and knocked out allowing the ladies to steal valuables to the tune of 10 million baht. The victim, Mr. Valerii Gribunov, [46], recovered consciousness the following morning and discovered the two women, and his valuables, had disappeared.

Police revealed that the ID cards which the suspects had left at the hotel reception desk were actually genuine and after tracking their movements eventually arrested the two women at an apartment in Soi Ramkumhang 65, Bangkok. The suspects were identified as Miss Maliwan Wattana,[21], from Petchaboon province and Miss Mayawee Wattana, [19] , from Nakorn Ratchasima province.

The two suspects confessed to police and told them they were freelancers, working as service girls during the weekends in Pattaya, hanging around the Walking Street area searching for clients. They had rented a room at the 99 Mansion in Soi Kor Pai which they normally used to entertain their clients, but on this occasion the victim took them to his hotel where they discovered he had a lot of valuables. These they had sold to goldsmith shops in Maboonklong and The Mall shopping centers in Bangkok and police are now trying to retrieve them.

After the reconstruction, the suspects would be questioned further and eventually brought to justice.

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Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Crime News

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