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Diamond Bracelet Worth 1 Million Stolen

Diamond Bracelet Worth 1 Million Stolen

Investigators from the Pathumwan Police Department, along with relevant agencies, delved into a case involving two Chinese individuals suspected of stealing a diamond bracelet labeled “Yellow Gold” from the Van Cleef & Arpels store, valued at 1,040,000 baht, situated in Siam Paragon, Pathumwan, Bangkok.

As per the police report, the two Chinese nationals entered the Van Cleef & Arpels store and expressed interest in purchasing a diamond bracelet identified as “Yellow Gold,” priced at 1,040,000 baht, at Siam Paragon. However, taking advantage of a momentary distraction by store employees, the two suspects seized the opportunity to pilfer the bracelet.

Subsequently, the suspects reportedly hailed a taxi at Fountain Gate, Siam Paragon, making their escape, and arrived at a hotel in Phetchaburi, Bangkok, at 5:41 PM on April 16th. Shortly thereafter, at 5:54 PM, the suspects engaged a ride-hailing service, transporting themselves and their luggage to Suvarnabhumi Airport.

By 7:11 PM, the suspects successfully cleared the Suvarnabhumi immigration checkpoint and departed for China. According to police reports, the entire sequence of events, from the theft to their departure, spanned a mere two and a half hours.

Initially, the Pathumwan police collected evidence to petition for arrest warrants against the suspects for their involvement in theft-related offenses. Authorities noted that they would be promptly detained should they reenter Thailand.

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