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A male employee of a financial company dragged a 10-year-old Cambodian girl into his car forced her to perform sexual acts and then rapped her.

PATTAYA – November 6, 2013 [PDN]; At 5.00 p.m. Pol. Lt. Phisarn Hongfakaew (investigation officer on duty at Banglamung police station, Chonburi province) was notified by Mr. Theesoom, aged 33, that a Cambodian mans 10-year-old daughter was raped by a male employee of a financial company. (Pol. Sgt. Maj. Surasak Charoenram, aged 28, accompanied them to the police station).

Mr. Theesoom told the police that he is a security guard of one company and lives at the camp at STC cement which is located in Soi Sukhumvit-Pattaya 41, north Pattaya, when his daughter came up to him crying and signs that she had been attacked. He asked her what happened and she told him that she was sitting in front of the workers camp when a Thai man pulled up in a white car. The man then dragged her into the car she tried to call for help so the man slapped her around the face to shut her up, but nobody heard her. Once in the car the man made her perform sexual acts and rapped her, after he had finished he released her and fled the scene at speed.

Later Pol. Col. Supphachai Phuikaewkham (Superintendent of Banglamung police station) and a police team went to inspect the scene. Mr. Preecha Klomkleang, aged 50, who is a driver for STC cement told the police previously that the suspect was a male officer for a financial company, aged approximated 40. Mr. Preecha was contacted about buying a car “Chang Kaew” located at Amphur Baan Bueng, Chonburi. The suspect said he would take some photos around the camp and would go back immediately so Mr. Preecha didn’t pay much attention to him and continued to work.

Mr. Ramyong Khrongkai, aged 52, who was the witness, said that he saw a white Nissan but he could only remember the license plates last 4 digits “9491” which was the car of the financial officer.

After an initially investigation the police sent the girl to Banglamung hospital for medical treatment and to collect evidence. The police are currently hunting for the the car in question so they can bring the offender to justice and prosecute him according to Thai law.


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