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American reports theft of camera, lens at his house

By The Nation

 

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An American citizen, 29, reported to officers at Yannawa Police Station today (February 11) the theft by a woman of a “Cannon” camera and three camera lens at his house in Bangrak district. 

 

He said the stolen items worth Bt200,000 belonged to his Thai friend. 

 

The incident took place at about 5 am on Thursday (February 6), he said , adding that his room was not locked since 11 pm the day before. 

 

"After the items were stolen, I checked the CCTV footage of my house which showed a woman in the living room."

 

He said he would give a reward of Bt20,000 for return of the stolen items.

 

 

Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30381962

 

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-- © Copyright The Nation Thailand 2020-02-11
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I would not be mad if she broke an ankle or two running in those stupid platform shoes.  She seemed to know the place a little bit as if she had been there before.  She did not go look for any desk draws or anything like that or maybe it was just obvious there was no place else to look

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Not locking your door isn't too smart. She doesn't look much at the left side of the room, smelly story. 

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Great CCTV images; why were the downstairs lights on at 5AM? Why is she creaping around as if to make no noise? Nice lookinig lady for her age grouping.

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11 hours ago, saakura said:

Looks elderly lady in her forties, he was 29. So perhaps not someone whom he brought home for the night, unless kinky. Anyway, the cctv image is so super clear, she will get caught in no time.

Maybe he took kinky pictures of her and she came back to get the camera?

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18 minutes ago, IAMHERE said:

Great CCTV images; 

But they didn't prevent the theft?

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