Suspects arrested after breaking into Irish man’s house in Chon Buri

Suspects arrested after breaking into Irish man’s house in Chon Buri

By The Thaiger

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Police have arrested three suspects after they broke into an Irish man’s house in Chon Buri and stealing a number of items.

 

Police have arrested 28 year old Wasan Panprem, 37 year old Rachata Kumsart and 27 year old Napaphon Pradap. They have been charged with theft.

 

Police seized 56,760 baht cash, two gold necklaces, three gold rings and two bracelets, a mobile phone, a watch and a motorbike.

 

Full story: https://thethaiger.com/news/pattaya/suspects-arrested-after-breaking-into-irish-mans-house-in-chon-buri

 

 

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