Car owners unable to lock vehicles with their remote control keys at Chonburi department store

PUBLISHED ON TUE, AUG 8, 2017 3:10 AM

Car owners unable to lock vehicles with their remote control keys at Chonburi department store

 

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Police were called to a well known Chonburi department store in Samet district after many customers reported to security that they were unable to lock their cars yesterday.

 

The customers were unable to use their remote control keys and were anxious that their vehicles would be stolen by thieves.

 

Wana Noochom of Samet district police said they were looking into the possibility that thieves were responsible for jamming the signals in the area.

 

An investigation is underway.

 

Nothing was stolen on this occasion and as is customary in such cases the department store was not named.

 

Thaivisa notes that this is the third or fourth time this year that we have carried stories in Thailand about thieves possibly jamming the use of remote keys at parking lots nationwide.

 

Source: http://www.pattayanews.com/content/17624

 
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