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Pattaya Daily News

08 January 2014 :: 12:01:00 pm 81178

Vietnamese Kidnapped In Mistaken Identity

A gang of loan sharks who were ordered to kidnap a Cambodian flower seller because he didn’t repay his loan kidnapped a Vietnamese instead in a case of mistaken identity. The police stopped them in a road block and arrested the kidnappers.
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PATTAYA – January 8, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 4.00 a.m. Pol. Capt. Nopphadol Raksawong (Deputy Inspector of Pattaya city police station, Chonburi province) was notified that there was a florist who was taken by 6 men in a bronze-grey Toyota van, license number NOR KHOR-4083 Suphan Buri. The incident occurred at the beginning of Soi 12 on beach road. After the kidnapping the 6 offenders fled in the direction of Pattaya second road so the police made the radioed ahead to other officers to set up a road block. After stopping the van the officers found the 6 kidnappers and 1 Vietnamese male inside.

The 6 offenders consisted of a Mr. Janephop Pongpai, aged 22, who was the van driver, and Mr. Rewat Yankhru, aged 23, Mr. Suraphong Boonyuen, aged 23, Mr. Chainarong Harnthana, aged 26, Mr. Wutthiphong Boonkor, aged 23 and Mr. Peeraphong Boonkor, aged 20 and the victim a Mr. Nguyen Van Tu, aged 34, Vietnamese nationality, who sells flowers on Pattaya beach.

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After questioning the group of kidnappers they said that their boss ordered them to go and get a Cambodian florists that hasn’t paid back his loan so they waited around until they saw a Mr. Nguyen Van Tu who was selling flowers so they thought that Mr. Nguyen Van Tu was the one their boss wanted and dragged him into the van. But once they threatened him they found out that he was Vietnamese not Cambodian.

Initially, Mr. Nguyen Van Tu (the victim) said that he didn’t know the group of offenders and he had never asked for any loan. After investigation, the police assumed that the group of trouble makers had kidnapped the wrong person in a case of mistaken identity. However, the officers charged the group of trouble makers in the allegations of detaining, forcing and threatening to extort money. Then all offenders were detained and were sent to the investigation officer to prosecute them further according to the Thai law.

Reporter : Amnoychai Malila   Photo : Amnoychai Malila   Category : Crime News

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