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In a weird incident this morning, a Japanese lady seized a rescue pickup truck in entrance of the Lumpini Police Station whereas the automobile was aiding an injured international man. The lady, whose identification is but to be decided, drove off with the automobile at roughly 8.10am, main authorities on a chase that concluded close to the massive roundabout in the Bang Yi Ruea space of Thonburi, Bangkok.

The incident started when Pisut Chukleang, a volunteer with the Ruamkatanyu Basis, reported the theft. He was attending to a international man who had been injured close to the Lumpini Police Station round 7.55am. The rescue automobile had been left operating and unlocked in entrance of the station. Upon finishing the primary assist procedures, the volunteers found the automobile had been stolen. The police had been instantly alerted to the theft.

Following the report, Police Lieutenant Colonel Wathanyu Boonnoon, who’s in cost of the Lumpini Police Station, ordered patrols to broadcast an alert all through the encompassing Lumpini Park space to intercept the stolen automobile. The pursuit led officers and the victimised get together in the direction of the Taksin intersection, the place the lady was finally apprehended close to the Bang Yi Ruea roundabout, reported KhaoSod.

Upon seize, the lady communicated in Japanese, necessitating the necessity for an interpreter to help together with her interrogation. The authorities transported her again to the Lumpini Police Station to additional consider whether or not she was affected by any psychological well being points, as her responses to questioning had been erratic and inconclusive.

The lady is now in custody on the Lumpini Police Station, the place additional assessments will decide her psychological state and any subsequent authorized proceedings.

In associated information, a Japanese fugitive escaped police custody in a daring automobile chase. He was initially detained on the Immigration Bureau in Suan Phlu on September 9 final yr, earlier than managing to commandeer a police automobile and flee the scene. The Japanese man, Yuki Yanagi, who was later found to have deserted the automobile and brought a taxi, stays at giant.

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