Arrest warrants issued over Saturday’s Songkhla eighty five million baht gold robbery

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The Na Thawi Provincial Court in Songkhla has issued arrest warrants for two men suspected to be concerned in the eighty five million baht gold shop heist on Saturday. Authorities have already linked the theft to the southern insurgency claiming militants would promote the gold to finance operations.
The warrants have now been issued for Wae-useng Dueraheng and Saifutdin Hayipute.
Police have already named one other man, Jae-arong Heng, as a suspect but no warrant has been issued for his arrest at this stage.
The three have been alleged to be among the ten or extra thieves wearing military-style uniforms, and armed with assault rifles, that robbed the Suthada Gold Shop within the Na Thawi district in Songkhla last Saturday round noon escaping with gold and jewelry valued at eighty five million baht. At the time The Thaiger reported the value around 60 million baht.
One of the men can also be wished on three different warrants for the alleged homicide of two safety officers and a civilian in Pattani between 2014 and April this yr.
The different man has 4 different warrants outstanding, including the alleged theft of cars that were utilized in southern bomb assaults.
The bandits arrived on the Suchada Gold Shop in a white van, stolen earlier within the day from a man within the neighbouring Pattani province. Witnesses say there have been three males and two women within the robbery group though later investigation and checking of the CCTV confirmed that were as a lot as 12 folks concerned within the heist.
They walked into the gold shop and pointed their weapons at five feminine workers, disabled the CCTV system, grabbed all the gold on show and escaped in the ready van in a well co-ordinated attack. Forbidden took round ten minutes in accordance with police.
Rawsalee Yohlen, the owner of the van, told police that he was hired by three males to select up their good friend but was bound and dumped by the roadside, at gunpoint, in the Nong Chik district in Pattani..

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