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Motorists urged to go high-tech to halt crime

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  • Writer: Anucha Charoenpo & Prom Vikitsreth
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Motorists have been urged to equip their vehicles with anti-theft and GPS tracking devices after a rash of car break-ins at car parks and shopping malls. 

Cars are parked outside residential buildings in Muang Thong Thani of Nonthaburi’s Pak Kret district. Car thefts are reported frequently in the area. PHOTOS BY PATTARAPONG CHATPATTARASILL

The Royal Thai Police Centre for the Suppression and Prevention of Cars and Motorcycles Theft has made a list of the top spots for auto theft over the past year. 

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