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24 May 2011 :: 14:05:42 pm 53971

Victims Of Former Robbery Catch Their Robbers

Two victims of a robbery in January captured their robbers and reported them to Sriracha Police demanding for justice.
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Pattaya, 23 May 2011 [Pattaya Daily News] : At 3.00 p.m. two victims of a robbery spotted the two suspects, who had robbed them in January this year while browsing at Robinson Shopping Centre.

Arunya Jek Rak, 28 and Sopis Poo Kranen, 20 chased after their robbers and caught them with the assistance of security guards and other shoppers.

Sriracha police soon were contacted and took two suspects to the police station for questioning.
Sakulrat Krataipetch, 43 and Rattana Bua Pibal, 35 of Patumthani province admitted to the robbery that occurred on 27 January this year.

Based on their criminal records, the police confirmed that both suspects had been convicted of multiple scams in various provinces such as Bangna, Chiangmai, Lopburi, Sriracha and Bangsan.

They were frequently caught on CCTV surveillance cameras at large shopping centres like Robinson Centre, an officer said.

The victims gave their statement recalling the incident that occurred earlier in the year.

According to the victims, initially the suspects approached them asking them to help searching for their missing wallets.

However, two victims were knocked unconscious while they were deeply involved in the search, one of the victims told the police.

Arunya Jek Rak said she was robbed of a gold chain, a mobile phone, a digital camera and an ATM key card of her 500,000 Baht bank account. In contract Sopis Poo Kranen was robbed of a gold necklace, a gold bracelet, a mobile phone and an ATM card of her 20,000 Baht account.

The police detained the suspects at Sriracha station, allowing more victims to identify them and possibly claimed back their stolen properties

Reporter : Yanwarrut   Photo : Yanwarrut   Category : Crime News

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