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16 February 2013 :: 13:02:54 pm 71928

Waiters Caught with Russian Lady’s Lost iPad

Police arrested two waiters of a luxury hotel on Phratumnak Hill for keeping an iPad left behind at the restaurant by a Russian ex-model. But police tracked the iPad’s GPS signal and located the suspects. The waiters first tried to pawn the iPad, but rejected the pawnshop’s 4,500 baht offer.
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PATTAYA – February 15, 2013 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 11 p.m., the arrests for two hotel waiters for stealing a tourist’s property was announced by Pol. Maj. Gen. Katcha Thartsart, Commander, Chonburi province; along with the detective police team of Pattaya police station led by Pol. Lt. Col. Phichet Sirinan, Inspector.

The two suspects were waiters at the Royal Cliff Beach Resort Pattaya hotel. They were identified as Mr. Watchara Kamlang-ngarm, age 24, from Tambon Wangsai, Amphur Pakchong, Nakornratchasima province; and Mr. Voravuth Kamlangharn, age 26, from Tambon Koodwai, Amphur Srikhorraphum, Surin province.

Police seized the evidence of an Apple iPad that belonged to the victim. She was identified as Ms. Olga Nazyrora, age 27, nationality Russian, a well known ex-model, and the business owner of computer equipment and spare parts. Ms. Olga pointed out the suspects for police to confirm to arrest.

The police were initially notified of the theft by Ms. Olga on February 6 at 3 a.m. She informed the police of Pattaya police station that a thief had stolen her iPad, which she had forgotten in the restaurant of Royal Cliff hotel on Khao Phratamnuk.

However, the GPS signal installed in the iPad revealed that the thief was still in Pattaya with her iPad. Later, the police checked the GPS signal, and discovered that the iPad was inside a house behind Sophon market Soi 17, in south Pattaya.

A police team went to investigate, and discovered Mr. Voravuth in the house, lying down and playing games on the stolen iPad. So the police arrested him. During questioning, Mr. Voravuth confessed that he and his co-worker Mr. Watchara really stole the iPad. The police followed up to arrest Mr. Watchara while he was sleeping in the employee’s room of the Royal Cliff hotel.

Mr. Watchara told police the theft occurred while he was arranging the dining room for breakfast in the restaurant. He found the iPad left behind on the table, and didn’t know who it belonged to. So he consulted with Mr. Voravuth, and they agreed that they will sell the iPad to the pawn shop.

But the pawn shop offered to pay them only 4,500 THB for it. So Mr. Voravuth decided not to sell it and instead keep it to use. So Mr. Watchara gave Mr. Voravuth 2,250 THB for the iPad, and was playing games on it when he was arrested by the police.

After their investigation, the police brought both of the defendants to test their urine to detect for drugs, and found that Mr. Watchara had violet urine. Initially, the police charged the suspect waiters with stealing property and receiving stolen property

The suspects were sent to the investigation officer to prosecute according to the law. Mr. Watchara’s urine will also be inspected in detail again at Banglamung hospital to confirm the initial result of drugs in his system.

Reporter : Samart   Photo : Samart   Category : Crime News

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