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

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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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Looks like they could not open the safe, they must be dumb... or could not find a spud.

 

 

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 Not a very safe safe if it can be removed from the house that easily.  But, most hotel room safes are the same and barely bolted through a wooden piece of furniture

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Another burglary where the victim had CCTV installed,

there was almost identical one in Pattaya few days ago,

they will be thinking CCTV installed, must have something

worth nicking.

regards worgeordie

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8 hours ago, gk10002000 said:

 Not a very safe safe if it can be removed from the house that easily.  But, most hotel room safes are the same and barely bolted through a wooden piece of furniture

Once, while staying in a Phnom Penh hotel, I called the front desk to report that my safe was not operating correctly.  Within a couple minutes there was a knock at my door .  Two little girls carrying a replacement safe came in , picked up the defective one and left the replacement. The sense of security was overwhelming... I had to laugh. 

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1 hour ago, Penicillin said:

Once, while staying in a Phnom Penh hotel, I called the front desk to report that my safe was not operating correctly.  Within a couple minutes there was a knock at my door .  Two little girls carrying a replacement safe came in , picked up the defective one and left the replacement. The sense of security was overwhelming... I had to laugh. 

Good story.  Once in one of those guest houses above a bar in Pattaya, a decent place, the safe wouldn't work.  Presumably the battery was dead.  The guy came up with a key and opened the safe.  It then occurred to me that there probably was some sort of master key in case people forgot the combination, or things like that.  Basically the safe keeps the honest honest as they say.  Just like locking the doors on 1960s era cars.  Trivial to open up without even breaking anything.

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