Brit in Hua Hin praises Thai police for getting his stolen car back

Brit in Hua Hin praises Thai police for getting his stolen car back

 

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A British owner of a Hua Hin rental company praised the Thai police yesterday after they recovered one of his cars stolen by a Thai woman. 

 

The renter - Chalisa Yaemrenu - was arrested with false plates on the Honda at a police checkpoint in Pattalung in Thailand's south in mid September.

 

Martin Sander, 58, and his Thai wife Sumalee Samoewan, 44, went to thank the police and the governor in Pattalung on Thursday, reported Banmuang.

 

Mr Sander explained that the vehicle was stolen in 2017 and in thanking the Thai police said: "It was great work to get this vehicle back to me. I thought I had seen the last of it".

 

Source: http://www.banmuang.co.th/news/region/130266

 
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