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A Thai woman is on the run after stealing credit cards from a Chinese man to purchase two gold necklaces valued at about 33,000 baht from a gold store in Pattaya.

Bang Lamung Police Station instructed Channel 8 that the 33 yr previous Chinese man, Dihui Wu Dihui, reported the theft of his credit cards to the police by way of a telephone name on the afternoon of March 13. He defined {that a} Thai woman, whose id he didn’t know, stole his credit cards whereas he was sleeping.

The Chinese man disclosed that he had met the woman on a relationship software whereas he was in Bangkok. Every week earlier than the incident, they have been travelling collectively in Pattaya and stayed at a resort in Soi Khao Talo.

In response to the Chinese man, he awoke on March 13 to see that the woman disappeared from his resort room. Then, he acquired two messages from his banks on his cell phone informing him that his credit cards had been used to purchase gold necklaces price 32,815 baht.

Thai police officer Sornsuphan Audthonsri-anan reported that he didn’t perceive Dihui’s criticism because of the language barrier. So, they requested Dihui to satisfy them on the police station later, offering a Chinese interpreter. Nevertheless, Dihui didn’t seem on the scheduled time.

In response to the Fb web page, Esor New, the Thai thief stays at massive, evading seize. The web page alleges that Dihui wasn’t the preliminary goal of this woman. She has been operating a romance rip-off by way of a relationship software for some time now, continuously altering her identify and profile on the app to ensnare recent victims.

Thai netizens questioned why the gold store authorised the gross sales regardless of the variations in the woman’s signatures and names on the cards.

Channel 8 reported that the proprietor of the gold store refused to provide an interview with the media. Nevertheless, in a short dialog, it was revealed that the woman used two credit cards to purchase two gold necklaces till the credit restrict was reached.

The proprietor added that she allowed the woman to purchase the merchandise as a result of there have been no names or signatures of the cardholders on the again of the cards.

Bang Lamung Police Station officers didn’t disclose the subsequent steps of the investigation to the general public.

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