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Thieves have broken into the offices of the Football Association of Thailand and stole financial documents in what is being described as a professional hit.
INN reports that the thieves cut through the grill on a second floor window and broke into a storage room which contains the association’s financial documents.
Football Association of Thailand chief Somyot Pumpanmuang said he said he did not know why someone would break in and steal the documents.
While it is not known exactly which documents were stolen, police say they believe the theft is the work of professionals.
Investigating officer Pol Lt Gen Thirapong Wongratphithak said the thieves covered CCTV cameras with paper in order to hide their tracks. They also stole the server used to operate the CCTV cameras in the building.
Pol Lt Gen Thirapong added that no valuables had been taken and that whoever stole the documents were aware of the layout of the building and knew exactly what they were looking for as the room containing the papers had not been ransacked.