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Thai Nurses Puts up Banner Shaming Ayutthaya Police after her Home Robbed 9 Times in 3 Months

A cloth banner with a message “This house is robbed for the ninth time and thieves are still at large. We are begging police for help. There is nothing left for (thieves) to break in’’ is put up in front of a house in Ayutthaya's Maha Rat district. (Photo by Sunthon Pongpao)

A cloth banner with a message “This house is robbed for the ninth time and thieves are still at large. We are begging police for help. There is nothing left for (thieves) to break in’’ is put up in front of a house in Ayutthaya’s Maha Rat district. (Photo by Sunthon Pongpao)

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AYUTTHAYA – A nurse has put up a cloth banner in front of a home in Ayutthaya’s Maharaj district to complain that her house was burgled nine times in the past 2-3 months and police have been unable to arrest any suspect.

Running out of patience, the nurse decided to hang a cloth banner in front of her house with a message calling for police help.

The message on the banner reads, “This house has been robbed for the ninth time and the thieves are still at large. We are begging police for help. There is nothing left for the burglars to take.’’
Mrs Napaporn Khamdee who works as a nurse at Ang Thong hospital disclosed that she lost about one million baht worth of valuables from the nine break-ins in the past few months.

She said that she lives alone in her house in Village 3, Tambon Pitpien of Maharaj district, because her husband who is serving in the army has been assigned to work in other provinces.

She added that quite often she was on night duty at the hospital in Ang Thong and nobody was at home a couple of days in a row. The house was locked every time she left home but yet the burglars managed to broke into the house.

Mrs Napaporn pleaded with the police in Maharaj district to catch the burglar or burglars to help ease her plight.

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