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Poh Teck Tung staffer reports medical equipment and radios stolen from parked ambulance


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Daily News Thai Caption: (Ambulance) broken into 

 

A staffer from one of the main foundations that provide rescue services in the Thai capital Bangkok - Poh Teck Tung - went to the police in Thonburi yesterday to report a theft from a van used as an ambulance.

 

Siwadol Sae-lim, 28, told Bang Yi Ruea police that he had parked his ambulance under a bridge at the Taksin intersection last week.

 

It is near his home and means that he can quickly swing into action if the need arises. 

 

When he checked yesterday he found that the ambulance had been broken into and two radios and an arm and leg splint set were missing. 

 

He said that if the thief returns the items he will say no more about it.

 

But if not he promised the full weight of the law will fall upon the miscreant, reported Daily News

 

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Thai media reports that the police are on the look-out for a radio amateur with a broken arm, and broken leg...

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36 minutes ago, webfact said:

A staffer from one of the main foundations that provide rescue services in the Thai capital Bangkok - Poh Teck Tung - went to the police in Thonburi yesterday to report a theft from a van used as an ambulance.

A-lot of unemployment and this government is broke.

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21 hours ago, webfact said:

Siwadol Sae-lim, 28, told Bang Yi Ruea police that he had parked his ambulance under a bridge at the Taksin intersection last week.

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