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Monday, June 14, 2021

Bicycle Stolen from Farang in October is Returned in Chiang Mai

The bike was stolen from the victim’s apartment’s parking lot.

Farang has happy ending in Chiang Mai.

When: December 3rd, 2020

Where: Chang Phueak, Chiang Mai

Perpetrators: Bike thief, unknown

Victims: Mr. Christian Womack, 24, farang

What: A bicycle that was reported stolen from Mr. Womack back on October 26th, 2020 in the Chang Phueak subdistrict of Chiang Mai has finally been returned. The report states that Mr. Womack parked his bike at the View Doi Mansion on October 16th until October 19th, 2020, and came back to find it missing.

Chang Phueak police investigated the theft. They examined CCTV footage to know the escape route of the thief. And finally spotted the bicycle on November 27th, 2020. Mr. Womack retrieved his bicycle from the Chang Phueak police station on December 3rd, 2020, and was sure to thank the officers for their good work.

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My take: All’s well that ends well. The Thai police did good work at finding the stolen property and returning the bike for the farang. The value of the bicycle wasn’t stated in the report. If there’s anybody reading the story and can identify the bicycle and its value, let me know.

Source: https://www.chiangmainews.co.th/page/archives/1518802/

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