Charged with recharging: Thai couple sparks shock as they steal automobile batteries, attempt to peddle loot to garage proprietor

Police arrested a Thai couple who stole two massive automotive batteries from a local storage within the central province of Chachoengsao and then returned to the scene of the crime and tried to promote the stolen items again to the unsuspecting proprietor.
Officers from Bang Kla Police Station arrested the thieves, a forty yr old man named Nirun Kongcharoen and a 33 12 months old girl named Suwimon Darnpreeda, at their house within the Bang Kaew sub-district, Mueang district, Chachoengsao province yesterday at 2pm.
The arrest was made following the theft at Chai Auto Garage on June 11 and another theft at one other storage called Bor Jor Kor Chachoengsao on June 22. Nirun additionally confessed that he had stolen a gas cylinder from a public exercise space.
Nirun revealed that he labored as a motorcycle taxi rider but admitted that he turned to crime as a outcome of he couldn’t earn sufficient cash to take care of his household. He has six kids, three of them are his and the other three are his step-children.
Nirun revealed that he and his spouse would ride their bike around until finding the outlets that were easy to steal from. Then, they’d sell the stolen products to a recycling shop.
Nirun revealed that they managed to steal two automobile batteries from the Bor Jor Kor Chachoengsao Garage and determined to return to the place ten minutes after the theft.
Nirun did not think the employees wouldn’t recognise the batteries but they did. So, he instantly fled the scene.
A Bor Jor Kor Chachoengsao Garage worker, 36 year previous Sarawut Jorraka, stated that he was on the other facet of the shop when the couple arrived. The woman placed the batteries in entrance of the shop saying she wished to sell them.
However, Sarawut seen the shop’s stickers on the batteries and was confused. So, he went contained in the store to contact his employer while the 2 thieves took a chance to run away. He then checked the safety camera which clearly showed the theft incident and filed a criticism with the police.
Black market had been charged with theft which will lead to imprisonment of up to three years and a fine of as much as 60,000 baht..

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