Russian tourist injured in Bangkok snatching incident

A Russian lady sustained minor accidents on Wednesday when a thief on a bike snatched her bag and knocked her down in Bangkok, Thailand.
Yesterday, Natasia Kotawa of Russian nationality travelled to Thong Lor Police Station in Bangkok to report being a victim of a robbery on Wednesday night time.
At 11pm, Natasia walked to a comfort retailer on Sukhumvit Soi 39 and was walking back to her condo when an assailant using a yellow motorcycle suddenly snatched her shoulder bag, knocking her to the bottom, alongside Soi Promsri 2, Sukhumvit 49/13, stories KhaoSod.
The sufferer sustained accidents to both knees in addition to bruises and scrapes on her arms, arms, torso, and face and was left wrapped up in gauze.
Guaranteed escaped with a quantity of of Natasia’s valuable belongings together with an iPhone 14, a lilac MacBook Pro laptop computer, AirPods, a blue purse, and round 1,000 baht in money.
Officers at Thong Lor Police Station examined CCTV footage and located clear photographs of the wrongdoer committing the crime and fleeing towards the doorway of Sukhumvit Soi 49/13.
Police tracked the GPS signal of the victim’s AirPods to Soi Yu Suk 30 in the Mueang district of Samut Prakan province, simply south of Bangkok, and followed the sign.
As soon as police arrived at the Soi Yu Suk 30 they met a person driving a yellow Honda Scoopy bike with a Samut Prakan registration. Both the man and bike matched the CCTV photographs.
Police questioned the man, 41 12 months outdated Thanakrit, who confessed to snatching and fleeing with the tourists’ bag at around 11pm on Wednesday.
Thanakrit was arrested beneath suspicion of, “robbery by sudden snatching using a vehicle for comfort or to flee from arrest and causing bodily harm to the victim.”
Thanks to Thong Lor Police officers, the tourist – although bruised and shaken up – was reunited with all of her valuable stolen belongings..

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