Police received a call from a Miss Jintana on the afternoon of the 11th August to report that she had found her motorcycle that she had reported stolen last May. Police were sent to a motorbike repair shop on Third Road where Miss Jintana was waiting. She identified one of the bikes, a cream coloured Yamaha Fino as belonging to her. She claimed that in May, the bike was stolen from her by 3 young Thai men who caused her to crash whilst she was riding home. They pulled her off the bike and rode off, leaving her in a dazed condition at the side of the road. This day, the eagle eyed lady was doing some business in Pattaya and as fate would have it she passed the repair shop and noticed her bike parked outside. The manager of the store told police that a young man had brought the bike in for repair and was about to pick it up that afternoon. However, police surrounded the area and observed the shop, but no one came forward to claim the bike, and police are suspicious that the person had been alerted. The case continues.
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