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Sleeping train passengers robbed

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  • Writer: Vichayant Boonchote
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Nine sleeping passengers on a Sungai-Kolok-bound train woke up groggy Tuesday morning to find their mobile phones had been stolen. 

Police at the Hat Yai train station were called to investigate when passengers in the second-class sleeping car reported the robbery and a suspicion they'd somehow been knocked out.

Passengers wait at Hua Lam Phong station in Bangkok to get on Sungai-Kolok-bound train. (Bangkok Post file photo)

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