Thief steals almost 500,000 baht of gold necklaces in Rayong

Police are attempting to find a thief who stole 15 gold necklaces valued at nearly 500,000 baht from a gold shop in a Robinson shopping mall within the Baan Chang district of Rayong, in the eastern a part of Thailand.
According to Piyanoot, an employee at Premium Gold Yaowarat on the mall’s first ground, the theft happened around 3pm yesterday when there were not many shoppers round. She and another feminine employee were current in the retailer when a man wearing a brown bucket hat and a face masks entered.
The man abruptly brandished a gun and threatened them. They feared for his or her security and hid under the counter. Elements hopped onto the gold display counter and snatched 15 gold necklaces from the cabinet behind the counter.
From safety digital camera footage, the person then dashed to his bronze Honda bike parked outdoors the mall and fled from the scene by speeding toward Sukhumvit Road. Witnesses reported to police that they noticed the thief driving a motorbike close to Haad Phala which is about 13 kilometres away from the crime scene.
Officers from Baan Chang Police Station are still searching for the thief.
Two days ago, a gold store in a department retailer within the Bang Sao Thong district of Samut Prakarn province near Bangkok was robbed of gold necklaces price about 233,000 baht. The thief posed as a customer. He confirmed interest in several necklaces earlier than grabbing 4 of them and escaping from the shopping center on a motorcycle.
Another gold theft was reported in the northern province of Chiang Rai on Thursday, April 13. A thief entered the gold store in a shopping center when the shop was about to close. He tried to seize a tray of gold rings from a store worker’s arms however missed. The determined thief then ran away from the shop empty handed. No info relating to his apprehension was reported within the media..

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