On Thursday, the Pattaya Police Deputy Superintendent In charge of Suppressions Pol. Lt. Col. Giatisak Sa-tong-oy were informed that 4 personally owned pickups and cars of high ranking Pattaya police were scratched by someone all at the same time. The vehicles were a bronze-gray Honda City, a bronze-gray Mazda 2, a black Isuzu D-max and a blue Honda Civic. All of these vehicles were parked next to each other, in the parking lot of Central Festival Pattaya Beach Mall.
The approximately 1 meter long scratch lines looked like they were done with a nail, and the deep scratches were on both sides of every vehicle. The police traced a possible suspect from the CCTV Camera when they found a video clip of a Contractor Mr. Taweewut Tabtimsai, aged 44, who was hired by the Mall to make steel doors. The video showed him getting very close to these vehicles.
Mr. Taweewut was apprehended for inquiry, but he denied the accusation, claiming that he only went over to look at the vehicles closely, when he saw the many long scratches on the car doors, as he thought it was odd. Further investigations will continue.
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