"Foreign woman" suspected of three university thefts in Chiang Mai

"Foreign woman" suspected of three university thefts in Chiang Mai
 
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Picture: Sanook
 
Thai media reported that an arrest warrant has been issued for a foreign woman suspected of stealing nearly 300,000 baht from three universities in Chiang Mai. 
 
The thefts occurred at Chiang Mai University on the 6th of March, Mae Jo Uni on the 7th and Ratchaphat Chiang Mai uni on the 9th.
 
At the latest theft 200,000 baht was taken. 
 
But CCTV managed to get good images of the person responsible and footprints were recovered that measured 22 cm long and 7 cm wide. 
 
CCTV from elsewhere in the university indicated that the woman was a foreigner with long hair about 160 cm tall. 
 
Police said that the suspect entered the university in the early evening of the 8th then hid before changing clothes and committing the theft around 5 am when all was quiet. 
 
An arrest warrant was issued but no details were revealed, said Sanook, who reported police as saying that they expected a quick arrest. 
 
Source: Sanook
 
 
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