Chinese nationals kidnap and rob lady in Bangkok before fleeing Thailand

A Chinese nationals kidnapped and robbed a woman in Bangkok before fleeing Thailand.
According to Deputy Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, Pol. Col. Nopphasil Poonsawat, the incident occurred on April 17. A group of Chinese nationals abducted a 28 yr previous Chinese girl in Bangkok’s Huai Khwang district.
The sufferer, a solo traveller, had gone to an leisure avenue in Bangkok’s Royal City Avenue (RCA). There, Behind the scenes met a man who invited her to his condo he rented within the Rama 9 space, where another man was hiding.
Both males then tied up the victim with a rope and stole her iPhone 14, money amounting to more than 427,000 baht, and different belongings.
The subsequent morning (April 18), the two perpetrators fled to Suvarnabhumi Airport intending to escape Thailand.
The victim was bruised from being struck within the face. Questioning revealed she didn’t know the suspects, Bangkok Post reported.
Pol Col Noppasin says Huai Kwang police and the Foreign Affairs Division are collaborating with Interpol to problem a Red Notice to arrest the two Chinese suspects.
Meanwhile, in one other abduction case in the Sathorn area, the ransom amount was greater than THB 1.8 million. Pol Col Noppasin said Bang Pong Pang police have arrested 12 of the 13 suspects, and the last missing suspect has fled Thailand. Pol Col Noppasin added that police are working to concern arrest warrants for the other Thai accomplices who have been concerned within the crime..

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