Officers led a Polish national who stands accused of blowing up a Bangkok Bank ATM and making off with 300,000 baht in cash back to the scene of crime to re-enact his theft on Wednesday (September 27)
Pol Maj-General Nantachart Supamongkong led Gracjan Pawel Stanisweski, 38, to the ATM at a Tesco Lotus in the Prawet district then on to a petrol station on Srinakarinvirote Road.
The General said the re-enactment was part of a larger investigation and would be used in connection with other evidence they had gathered and information that Stanisewski had told them during interrogations.
Stanisweski reportedly showed officers where he parked his motorbike before pouring petrol from the bike into the ATM, then he allegedly pumped it full of gas before setting light to the fuel to blow open the machine and make off with the cash.
He then reportedly told officers he disposed of evidence in a pond that he had previously fished at before refilling his bike at the petrol station on Srinakarinvirote road.
General Nantachart spoke to reporters informing them that he believed the suspect was planning to carry out more robberies using the same method judging by the evidence they found in his home at the time of his arrest.
Investigating officers have requested help from international crime prevention agency Interpol as they believe the suspect might have committed similar robberies in other countries, despite Stanisewski claiming this was his first offence.
Source : Thenation
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