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Man robs two Family Mart stores at knife-point

By Eakkapop Thongtub

 

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The man grabbed a kitchen knife on sale in the store and threatened the staff with it. Photo: Phuket City Police

 

PHUKET: Police believe they have identified a man who robbed two Family Mart stores in Phuket, each time by threatening the staff with a knife that was on sale in the store.

 

Officers from the Phuket City Police were called to the Family Mart convenience store on Tilok Uthit 2 Rd in Phuket Town, near the fresh market on Ong Sim Pai Rd, after the man robbed the store at about 5:40am.

 

At the store the officers found the two staff on duty – Ameenou Saoute, 24, from Rueso District in Narathiwat and Hatyah Waehama, 28, from Yarang District in Pattani – still visibly affected by the robbery.


Read more at https://www.thephuketnews.com/man-robs-two-family-mart-stores-at-knife-point-73571.php#2VjpY044zkRAk6CO.99

 

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Why do they have to mention the name of the staff and where they are from?

I hope he paid for the knife, otherwise that's stealing

I think it's such a crazy Thai habit to use full names. Even if someone is arrested, you are only guilty if a judge decides that you are. Mentioning real names is ridiculous. Even if you are not guilt

2 hours ago, dimitriv said:

I think it's such a crazy Thai habit to use full names. Even if someone is arrested, you are only guilty if a judge decides that you are. Mentioning real names is ridiculous. Even if you are not guilty your name will come up on google for the rest of your life.  And now I read the names and places of residence of people who work in a store?

Wild lawless county.. dont be surprised...nothing make sense in Thailand...

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4 hours ago, webfact said:

At the store the officers found the two staff on duty – Ameenou Saoute, 24, from Rueso District in Narathiwat and Hatyah Waehama, 28, from Yarang District in Pattani – still visibly affected by the robbery

And now even more worried that their names and localities have been shared nationwide..

ridiculous reporting personal details of victims !

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