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Bang Lamung Police apprehended a suspect in reference to a perfume theft from a karaoke venue employee yesterday.

The suspect, recognized as 33 yr outdated Jakkrapan (surname withheld), was arrested at his residence in the Nong Prue subdistrict, Bang Lamung District, Chon Buri province.

The arrest follows a theft incident on February 29 in South Na Kluea. CCTV footage depicted Jakkrapan, donning a black shirt, crimson cap, and white denims, driving a black Honda Wave motorbike, as he approached a karaoke store round 3.57pm. Inside minutes, he purportedly spied a parcel containing perfume outdoors the store, swiftly snatching it and fleeing the scene on his motorbike.

The sufferer, a karaoke store employee, promptly lodged a police report, valuing the stolen perfume at 1,000 baht. Initially confessing to the theft, Jakkrapan guided officers to get better the stolen merchandise, alongside the apparel worn in the course of the incident, stating unemployment as his motive. He disclosed leaving the parcel at dwelling upon realising its contents have been merely perfume, reported Pattaya Information.

Jakkrapan is presently in custody and awaits additional authorized proceedings for his alleged misdeeds.

In associated information, the arrest of a 21 yr outdated lady, recognized solely by her nickname Khem, has made headlines as she was apprehended for her involvement in a motorbike theft gang.

The seize passed off at a residence in the district of Krathum Baen, Samut Sakhon province, after an intensive investigation led by the authorities. The operation was initiated underneath the course of high-ranking police officers from the Bangkok Metropolitan Police Division 9 and the Phetkasem Police Station.

In different information, police arrested a perverted Thai man at an residence in the Bangkok Noi district of Bangkok on February 12 after 20 years of ladies’s underwear theft. Police seized almost 600 objects as proof. A Thai lady filed a theft report at Bang Yi Khan Police Station officers at evening on Sunday, February 11.

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