A motorbike owner in Pattaya has asked thieves to return her 15-year-old bike because she got it from her late father and it has great emotional value to her.
This is the third incident as early as this week involving thieves or burglary in the Pattaya area, as concern is growing among some locals of unscrupulous individuals resorting to crime over measures of Covid-19 that virtually brought the area to a halt. have brought.
Police of the Nongprue district municipality received a report from 43-year-old Khun Manastanok Wongsuwan that two thieves had stolen her motorcycle parked at the company ‘PRO VISA’ in Soi Khao Noi earlier this week.
CCTV footage showed two male suspects about 25 years old who managed to unlock her motorbike and ran off with it in minutes.
Manastanok told Nongprue police: “The bike is very old and not worth a lot of money, but my father gave it to me 15 years ago and has an extremely sentimental value to me. The bike means a lot to me and carries a lot of memories and I want it back. I ask the gentlemen who stole it to return my property. “
Nongprue police are investigating the incident and ask for help in identifying the men seen in the footage stealing the motorcycle. Persons with any information should contact Pattaya City or Nongprue Police Station.
This is, according to Olleke Bolleke in Eastern Thailand, the third incident with theft or burglary so far this week in the area alone.
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