Criminal activity Suppression Department authorities reveal an arrest warrant to Jongchiang Sae Lor, a supposed member of a Chinese theft gang, in Chiang Mai on Saturday. (Image provided/ Wassayos Ngamkham)

Another member of a Chinese-led gang thought accountable for robbing a compatriot’s high-end automobile in Pattaya has actually been detained in Chiang Mai province after 3 years on the run.

Criminal activity Suppression Department authorities captured Namnua, alias Jongchiang Sae Lor, 34, in front of a home in Chai Prakarn district of Chiang Mai on Saturday, stated CSD chief Montree Theskhan.

Mr Jongchiang, who holds Thai citizenship, was desired on an arrest warrant provided by the Pattaya Provincial Court on March 23, 2020 for conspiring in theft.

The arrest following a grievance that a group of 4 guys had actually robbed Liu Bao, a Chinese nationwide, of his high-end automobile in tambon Nong Prue of Bang Lamung district, Chon Buri in late 2019.

Mr Liu informed authorities the burglars attacked him and required him at knifepoint to compose an agreement in the Chinese language that he owed them one million baht and transfer his automobile. The burglars then got away after discarding him in a deserted location along Thung Klom-Tanman path in Bang Lamung district, he stated.

Cops started an examination and discovered proof to recognize 4 suspects– Chinese nationwide and gang leader Choen Choengchai, 2 other Chinese nationals and Mr Jongchiang. The officers then looked for court warrants to jail the 4. Mr Choen, 46, was then detained.

CSD authorities discovered that Mr Jongchiang had actually remained in concealing in Chiang Mai, and detained him on Saturday.

Cops stated that throughout questioning, Mr Jongchiang admitted to the charges, however declared the victim owed countless baht in financial obligations associated with a building service to his manager, Mr Choen.

The suspect was turned over to authorities in Nong Prue station in Chon Buri for legal action.

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