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Villians break into College of Business Administration

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On August 16th Pol.Capt. Navee Jitban, from Koh Samui police station in Nathon, was notified that there had been a break in at the College of Business Administration faculty located in Moo4 Namuang.

The villains, who broke in through the window, stole eight Lenovo computers and a print server database, used to teach and evaluate GPA students.

Twenty ATM cards belonging to the students were also stolen. During the police investigation housewife Mrs. Pairat Buealueng, 42, told the police that yesterday evening after classes had finished the school was cleaned and the door was locked. This morning they found the glass from the rear window had been removed and the computers had been stolen. Mrs. Buealueng notified the director of the school Mr.Senee Jaiyen, who then notified the police and has offered a reward for any information that will lead to villains being apprehended.

The police investigation points to two opportunist criminals breaking into the faculty sometime after midnight. They also think that the villains were familiar with the school as the computers had only recently been installed. The value of the stolen goods comes to 300,000 baht. The police are looking for the suspects who, once arrested, will be prosecuted under Thai law.

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