Video: Land of Smiles! Grinning American in custody after theft from Chiang Mai store
Image: Channel 7 TV news
Channel 7 TV news reported on the case of a 54 year old American man caught stealing from a convenience store in Chiang Mai.
The thief - Gregory Paul Burke - was seen at the Muang police station beaming from ear to ear for the cameras.
Staff at the shop in Khotchasan Road caught him stuffing two big bags of instant coffee, some chews and a pack of sushi into his shirt and pants pockets.
When confronted and asked to pay for the merchandise he refused and the cops were called.
He was taken into custody and charged with theft.
Investigations are underway to try and determine if he is responsible for other thefts.
Source: Channel 7 TV news
-- © Copyright Thai Visa News 2019-03-09
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