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Elderly German Man Robbed Of 50,000 THB

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09 January 2014 :: 12:01:14 น. [ 371 views ]


A group of Thai males who were driving a pick-up pulled in front of an elderly German man while he was walking back home. They then attacked him beating him unconscious and stole 1,000 Euro in cash before fleeing the scene.

PATTAYA – January 9, 2014 [PDN]; at 4.00 a.m. Pol. Capt. Witsanu Chaisuwan (Deputy Inspector of Pattaya city police station, Chonburi province) was notified from bystanders that they found a foreign man who had been attacked who asked them for assistance near Boonkanjanaram temple, Jomtien second road, Moo 12 Tambon Nong Prue, Amphur Banglamung, Chonburi province. So he rushed to inspect scene together with a police team.

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At the incident the officers found foreign man a Mr. Franz Eibl, aged 75, German nationality; he had a swollen face a broken nose and black eyes. Therefore, the officers coordinate with the rescuers to perform first aid.
From questioning Mr. Franz Eibl he said that while he was walking back home suddenly there was a pickup which cut in front of him and a group of men got out of the pickup truck and beat him unconscious but when he woke up he found that 1,000 Euros was missing.

From questioning bystanders they said that Mr. Franz Eibl was sitting leisurely in front of the market then he lost control while walking up some stairs and fell down the stairs injuring himself so they assisted him by performing first aid. Afterwards, Mr. Franz Eibl took the police to inspect the area where he was assaulted. From inspecting the scene there was no CCTV, however, the officers will inspect and question the bystanders again in order to find out what really happened.

Reporter : Amnoychai Malila   Photo : Amnoychai Malila

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