Police appeal for witnesses of GSB ATM thefts – have you seen these cars?
The national police bureau have appealed for help from rental companies and the public after CCTV showed that the gang who stole 12 million baht from Government Savings Bank ATMs used three specific vehicles.
The eastern European gang – who are believed to have fled Thailand already – are wanted by police in several countries apart from Thailand and any information leading to their arrest is useful.
They are believed to have used rented cars namely a Honda Civic, a Toyota Vios and a Toyota Fortuner to tour ATMs in the south and Bangkok to steal money.
Head of the investigation Panya Mamen appealed to rental companies who might have noticed the return of the vehicles in question by eastern Europeans in the period of July 26th to August 10th.
Any information about the men would be useful.
Members of the public are also asked to provide information; the white Civic was spotted at the J and P Supermart on CCTV in the Tha Chatchai area of Phuket on July 16th at 5.50pm.
CCTV also caught the Fortuner at Ban Hin Luk Diaw in the same area on the 27th of July at 11.15pm.
The Vios was seen at a gas station called ก.กิจ (gor git) Petroleum in the Phunphin area of Surat Thani at 12.19am on a day that was not specified in the report.