Video: Hunt on for serial burglar targeting Chiang Mai universities

Video: Hunt on for serial burglar targeting Chiang Mai universities

 

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Police are hunting a serial burglar who they believe is responsible for three burglaries at three separate universities in Chiang Mai in the last week. 

 

CCTV from the Humanities section of Ratchaphat University on Saturday showed a man climbing up on desks to turn a camera around before he stole 200,000 baht. 

 

He has a balaclava and gloves and only his eyes are visible.

 

The same man is believed responsible for a 30,000 baht theft from Chiang Mai University last Wednesday and the theft of a phone and cash with a total value of 55,000 baht from Mae Jo University the next day. 

 

Police hope that the latest CCTV footage and other clues will lead them to the burglar. 

 

Source: Daily News

 

 

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