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A Pathum Thani businesswoman went on Facebook to say that she had been robbed of valuables worth more than 100,000 baht and had dash cam and CCTV evidence to prove it.
Pictures showed a man using tissue paper to avoid leaving fingerprints as he entered the Toyota Fortuner of Salisa Khonloi, 41.
The man was seen walking about then back to his own vehicle to get the tissue paper.
He was driving an Isuzu D-Max with a “Carry Boy” roof licence number ฎพ (dor phor) 9713 (Bangkok).
Salisa went to the cops in Khukhot who just took a report saying there was no evidence anything was stolen.
So Salisa, an auto air con seller, went back to the school and managed to get the dash cam and CCTV footage to get the police to act.
They have not made an arrest yet so Salisa went on her “Salisa Boonkerd” page on Facebook to appeal for help.
She said she was gone just 15 minutes in which time the thief stole a cashier’s check for 70,000 baht, 30,000 baht in cash and some gold.
She was not sure at first that she had not left her bag at home but the footage subsequently proved the theft.
Thai Rath said that a remote control jammer may have been at work.