Ex-cop wanted in car theft of Kanchanaburi soy milk vendor: More suspects sought

A Thai courtroom issued a warrant for the arrest of an ex-policeman, now recognized as one of many alleged perpetrators in a violent vehicle theft. The sufferer of the attack is an area 25 yr old soy milk vendor who was tasered and kidnapped however in the end managed to flee his assailants.
Verify occurred at round 6.40pm yesterday. Police Major General Pairoj Khumpai, the chief of Kanchanaburi Police Station, shed light on the unfolding investigation. Two men, one dressed as a police officer and the other in casual clothes, allegedly assaulted and tried to steal a pickup truck from Jeerawat, also referred to as Pop. They forced him into his vehicle and tasered him. Fortunately, he was in a position to untie the binds on his hands and feet, escape, and seek help from residents, reported KhaoSod.
After witness testimonies and victim statements, photos of the suspects had been obtained. One of the criminals was identified as 50 12 months old Bunthueng Taeng-on. Investigators gathered proof to assist their perception that Bunthing was concerned in the occasion. Consequently, a request was made for his arrest. Late within the night, the Kanchanaburi Provincial Court permitted the arrest warrant, numbered 458/2666, dated yesterday, July 25.
Following the court’s approval, Bunthueng is now going through costs of theft leading to bodily or mental hurt and detention of others. Upon receipt of the warrant, a team from Kanchanaburi Provincial Police, Crime Suppression Division 7 and the Tha Ruea Police Station started their search to apprehend the suspect.
Further investigations are being performed to establish and apprehend a person posing as a police officer who was additionally concerned in the incident. Evidence is being gathered, and the seek for this particular person continues.
Reports indicate that Bunthueng, who’s topic to the current arrest warrant, was previously employed as a police officer working at the Tha Ruea Police Station in Kanchanaburi. However, he was dismissed on charges of utilizing a firearm, which resulted in the death of a couple promoting lemons..

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