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Video: Pick-up escapes police despite shots being fired

 

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Police in the south of Thailand who fired repeatedly at a fleeing pick-up failed to stop it escaping.

 

The four door pick-up - believed to be transporting illegal oil - broke through a checkpoint on the Sadao to Hat Yai road.

 

After a short chase the pick-up crossed the central reservation and fled back towards Sadao.

 

Chief of Khlong Ngae police Pol Col Wirot Nuankaew said that officers received information that the vehicle in question was carrying illegal oil and a stop was attempted.

 

But the vehicle did not comply. However, despite shots being fired in an attempt to blow out the tires it escaped.

 

No other vehicles were hit or damaged in the incident assured the chief.

 

Source: Manager online

 
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1 hour ago, webfact said:

despite shots being fired in an attempt to blow out the tires it escaped. 

Back to the shooting range for practice then. They should have aimed at the driver instead.

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2 hours ago, rebo said:

Unbelievable, this completely irresponsible and unprofessional shooting in public from a moving motorcycle, given the level of crime (carrying illegal oil) ...!

The Thai police playing the roles of "The Keystone Cops" was a laughable event many times ,but when they start using weapons that they do not have  any idea of HOW or WHEN to use changes the scenes of comedy to ones of a very dangerous nature..

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