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    Pork deliveryman returns mega-cash

    Published on 10/05/2013

    » Sophon Cable Company was delighted when Tawee Panwilai (2nd left), 42, asked their assistance in finding the owner of a bag containing 90,000 baht in cash and a personal cheque for 16,000 baht.  Tawee found the treasure trove as he was delivering pork products by motorbike to customers at the Nhongkate intersection. He said that at first he was not sure what to do, but his wife advised him to advertise his find on TV. Local police were called in and they easily found the real owner, whose name and address were on the cheque. The haul was returned to Ruengsak Deeboonchai, a rice seller, who said one of his employees lost the bag whilst on his rounds. A police spokesman said it was gratifying that honest citizens still existed and added that Tawee received a reward.

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    Thonglor pet clinic expands

    Published on 10/05/2013

    » <p>Boonchoo Tongjarernpoolporn, managing director of Thonglor Pet Hospital, presided at the opening of the clinic’s ninth branch at Ramintra, Bangkok.</p>

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    Elderly honored in Banglamung

    Published on 10/05/2013

    » <p>The Banglamung Home for the Aged celebrated its annual seniors’ day by handing out certificates of merit to the area’s men and women over 60 who have contributed to charitable and other worthy causes. There were also donations from private individuals to buy wheelchairs and other needed equipment at the centre.  Also on hand were free haircuts, acupuncture and foot massage as well as traditional pouring of water over the hands of the seniors.</p>

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    New learning centre for the deaf

    Published on 10/05/2013

    » <p>Some 300 hearing impaired children and their parents were at the opening of an extension at the Boonchu Muangmaitong Foundation near Sattahip.  Pornjit Hoonruengroom, president of the Navy Wives’ Association, hosted the event and explained that education for deaf children would be free at the centre to help youngsters take their proper place in society.</p>

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    10th rugby tournament set

    Published on 08/05/2013

    » At a press conference at the Amari Orchid Pattaya it was announced that the next annual Pattaya rugby tournament will be renamed the Amari Orchid Kays Memorial Tournament in memory of the former Pattaya Panthers’ captain killed in the 2002 Bali bombing.

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    Jealousy leads to nasty stabbing

    Published on 18/04/2013

    » A sixteen year old was beaten and stabbed near Soi 6, Pattaya Beach Road, after a drinking party with his uncle and three young women who elected to join them.

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    Student drug dealer caught in sting

    Published on 18/04/2013

    » Concerned about college of technology students involved in selling prohibited substances, police used an undercover agent to arrange to meet 25 year old Thongchai Wiansamut outside a petrol station in Banglamung. Regular police then seized the suspect who took police to his home where they found 200 gms of the ice drug in six sealed plastic bags.

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    Motorbike thieves idled

    Published on 01/05/2013

    » <p>Nongprue police have arrested five suspected members of a motorbike theft gang and confiscated nine stolen bikes, various spare parts and a collection of illegal methamphetamine tablets. All of the gang members reportedly pleaded guilty. However, the gang ringleader, known as Thanasak, escaped the police dragnet and is being hunted down.</p>

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    Cheeky robbery at 7-Eleven

    Published on 04/05/2013

    » A foreigner entered the 7-Eleven store on Walking Street and sneaked into the store room while the clerk was busy working behind the counter. Shortly thereafter, the farang reappeared and explained that he had been looking for a rest room when he wandered into the storeroom by mistake. He then made his exit. The clerk, 20-year-old Marut Lapit, did not realize that he personally had been the victim of a non-violent robbery. But when his shift ended, he went to the storeroom to retrieve his belongings and discovered that 6,000 baht had been taken from his wallet. The CCTV camera captured a clear image of the thief, but police have no idea of his identity.

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    Pork deliveryman returns mega-cash

    Published on 04/05/2013

    » Sophon Cable Company was delighted when Tawee Panwilai (2nd left), 42, asked their assistance in finding the owner of a bag containing 90,000 baht in cash and a personal cheque for 16,000 baht.  Tawee found the treasure trove as he was delivering pork products by motorbike to customers at the Nhongkate intersection. He said that at first he was not sure what to do, but his wife advised him to advertise his find on TV. Local police were called in and they easily found the real owner, whose name and address were on the cheque. The haul was returned to Ruengsak Deeboonchai, a rice seller, who said one of his employees lost the bag whilst on his rounds. A police spokesman said it was gratifying that honest citizens still existed and added that Tawee received a reward.

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