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22 December 2011 :: 10:12:52 am 60875

Two Pattaya Women Cheat Canadian Architect

Two young women tricked an Canadian architect saying they had no place to stay. He invited them to his room. The women drugged the architect and stole his belongings.
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Pattaya, December 18, 2011[Pattaya Daily News]; Pol. Lt. Col. Pongsawat Wongwan, Pattaya police station was notified about an intoxicated foreigner in the first aid room at the Little Court condominium Soi Buakhao, Central Pattaya Moo 9, Banglamung.

 

At the scene, in the room they found the foreigner named Mr. Alexander Allin age 49, occupation architect. Mr. Allin was sitting and waiting for the police. He was dazed. The police also collected a plastic bag containing a clear liquid assuming that it contained the drug that the women allegedly gave to Mr. Allin. The rescue officer wanted to take Mr. Allin to the hospital but he refused to go.

Later, Ms. Somjit Yodprom age 19, from Chumpolburi, Surin province, came to the police station saying that she was Mr. Allin’s girl friend. She said that in the afternoon of December 17, 2011 Mr. Allin left the condominium in Central Pattaya. He told her that he will go to the the beach. He did not return therefore she notified the police. Upon investigation Mr. Allin said, that at the night of December 17, as he was walking on the beach he met two Thai women age approximately 25-35 sitting on the beach.

 

They told him that they just came from upcountry and had no place to stay, he felt sorry for them and invited them to stay with him at Little Court condominium. Later he lost consciousness. Regarding his missing property, he didn’t know what was gone because he was still dizzy.

Pol. Lt. Col. Pongsawat said that the CCTV footage and the witnesses indicated that Mr. Allin had brought two women to his room at 00:15 hrs. The two women left at 03:00. The condominium staff noticed that Mr. Allin seemed intoxicated so the staff took him to the first aid room on the ground floor and notified the police. The police will further inspect the CCTV footage and the send the plastic bag with clear liquid to be analysed in order to solve the case as soon as possible.

 

Reporter : Tanasab   Photo : Tanasab   Category : Crime News

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