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CSD called in over train 'drugging' theft

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  • Writer: Vichayant Boonchote and Wassayos Ngamkham
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The disappearance of 10 mobile phones and 2,500 baht in cash from a sleeper carriage on the overnight Bangkok to Sungai Kolok train on Tuesday remains a mystery as railway police call in the Crime Suppression Division to help investigate. 

Police and railway officials inspect the train carriage where mobile phones and cash were stolen from sleeping passengers. They have yet to verify claims that the passengers were drugged. (Photo by Vichayant Boonchote)

Pol Col Theeradej Thammasuthee, chief of the CSD’s Sub-division 6, said an investigation team led by his deputy, Pol Lt Col Jirapong Rujiradamrongchai, will question the passengers who lost their mobile phones and money while they were sleeping as well as all railway staff on board the train.

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