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05 July 2013 :: 17:07:59 pm 76122

Two Suspects Wanted After Robbing Several Convenience Stores

Two suspects who went out to rob over four convenience stores in Pattaya. Commandant of Chon Buri police ordered to track-down and arrest the two suspects. Police were said to have permission to engage if the suspects fight back.
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PATTAYA – July 5, 2013 [Pattaya Daily News]; Reporters were informed at midnight that an armed robbery of several convenience stores happened in the night of the 4th to 5 July.

An employees at one of the convenience stores that was robbed by the suspects suspects told the police that as he was working at his Family Mart convenience store, two men ran into the store and jumped behind the counter and pointed a gun at him, demanding him to open up the cash registers. After getting taking the money into a bag, the men walked calmly back to their motorcycle to escape.

Police that were called up to the convenience store looked at footage that the CCTV system recorded, police were not able to get much information off the footage, as the motorcycle’s license plate was blocked out. Police revealed that the two suspects were involved in three previous robberies that took place on June 25.

As police were investigating the robbed convenience store, a report came in saying that 3 more convenience stores were robbed by the same suspects. After the report came in, Police Major General Katcha, Commandant of the Chon Buri police, ordered all police officers in the area to look out for the suspects. Police officers were given the green light to engage if the suspects fought back.


Two Suspects Rob Two Mini Marts In Quick Succession

2 robbers wearing motorbike helmets used guns and knives to rob 2 mini marts in the middle of the night. They were able to get away with cash money of over 10,000 THB.

 

Reporter : Samart   Photo : Amnoychai Malila   Category : Crime News

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