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Husband and wife team rounded up after stealing from tourists in Pattaya

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Husband and wife team rounded up after stealing from tourists in Pattaya

 

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Pattaya station chief Pol Col Apichai Krobpetch announced the arrest of a husband and wife who used a pick-up to steal from two houses occupied by tourists in the resort. 

 

Taken into evidence was a Mitsubishi Triton , a 55 inch TV, two sets of speakers, a vacuum cleaner, a light system and two guitars. 

 

The theft occurred at two houses in Moo 12 - 246/75 and 246/76.

 

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Arrested were Phisit "Tor" Duangna, 34, and his wife Phakhwan "Jaa" Rak-orn, 31. They were traced to their monthly rental room in nearby Nong Prue, reported Pattaya News on Facebook. 

 

They admitted theft from the tourists done with the help of Amnat "Ek" Chaisanao, 32, who remains at liberty. 

 

After the theft they shared out the loot. 

 

Both suspects had been arrested many times before in drugs cases and in addition Tor had been arrested for serious assault. 

 

Both were charged with theft and fencing stolen property. 

 

Source: Pattaya News

 
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just one question ''is that a real Gibson les paul'' or a copy...

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How is it that the Thai police are always able to get the suspects to point at their crime scene? Is that part of the plea deal? "Ok if you don't point at this and look like a miserable criminal we'll double your sentence"

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1 hour ago, SkyNets said:

Many tourists bring Mitsubishi Tritons, 55 inch TVs, floor speakers, vacuum cleaners, lighting systems with them on holiday.   

How many Casio G-Shocks were stolen?

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1 hour ago, greenbottle555 said:

How is it that the Thai police are always able to get the suspects to point at their crime scene? Is that part of the plea deal? "Ok if you don't point at this and look like a miserable criminal we'll double your sentence"

I Think it's Purely A Thai Thing........

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The reality they understand is tourists go home. Mush less to worry about. If the television, vacuum etc... belong to the rental property I am sure the landlord will be asking the tenants to replace the items. He will blame the tenants for the loss. Police/Thai courts need to get really tough on repeat offenders. 15 years.

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10 hours ago, webfact said:

Both were charged with theft and fencing stolen property

...and will be out on bail as soon as the TV is sold...

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7 hours ago, Nong Khai Man said:

I Think it's Purely A Thai Thing........

It's not only the suspects. Also, the victims if you have had a break-in. Pointing at where they entered your house. Feels really awkward

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Stole a "vacuum cleaner". LOL

Obviously a tidy couple. 

Neat and tidy. 

Do your pointing pal.

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20 hours ago, webfact said:

Both suspects had been arrested many times before in drugs cases and in addition Tor had been arrested for serious assault. 

Once a con always a con?

 

Seems these scum should spend a lot more time in jail...

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21 hours ago, SkyNets said:

Many tourists bring Mitsubishi Tritons, 55 inch TVs, floor speakers, vacuum cleaners, lighting systems with them on holiday.   

The Triton appears to have been used by the thieves - there is no indication it belonged to either house.  Police always impound vehicles used in crimes.  Most tourist rentals include furnishings.  

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