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Jai Yen Na: Case of Japanese Cash Heist Not Difficult, Police Say

BANGKOK — Police said Wednesday a case involving two businessmen mugged for over 197 million yen Monday would be easily solved. Investigators Wednesday were reviewing...

Thief Holds Up Jewelry Merchants for 197 Million Yen: Police

BANGKOK — Two businessmen were mugged of over 197 million yen during an armed robbery in the parking lot of a condominium in the Chatuchak district, police said Tuesday.

Thaksin’s Son To Be Questioned Over Money Laundering Charges

BANGKOK — The Department of Special Investigation on Monday formally summoned the son of fugitive former premier Thaksin Shinawatra to appear later this month to acknowledge money laundering charges against him.

Polish ATM Bomber Foiled by Love of Custard Buns: Police

BANGKOK — A Polish national accused of blowing up an ATM with a kitchen gas cannister was betrayed by his love for 7-Eleven bread snacks, police said Wednesday.

Polish Man Blew Up Bangkok ATM With Cooking Gas Tank: Police

BANGKOK — A Polish man was accused of blowing up an ATM earlier this month in eastern Bangkok used a novel method to prize the cash from the machine, the national police chief said Wednesday.

Fever of Online Gossip Puts Anchorwoman on Knife’s Edge

BANGKOK — A partial reflection in a dinner knife, a months-old zebra photo and a lot of innuendo were enough for virtual Thailand to pin a scarlet letter of shame on a television news reporter.

Dirty-Dancing Country Singer Wants Soap Pirates to Come Clean

BANGKOK — A teen luk thung singer whose sexually charged stage show drew the wrath of the junta leader earlier this year went to the police for help Monday evening in prosecuting those bootlegging her new soap brand.

Student Accused of Killing Dogs Too Ill For Prosecution, Lawyer Says

KORAT — A medical student charged with administering a fatal overdose to his pet Pomeranian in a failed extortion bid appeared on the eve of a police ultimatum to formally hear the charges against him.

Fugitive American Pedophile Suspect Arrested on Samui

SAMUI — A fugitive American pedophile suspect was apprehended on a southern Thai island after he’d been hiding in Thailand for a year, reportedly taking teaching jobs around the country.

East Bangkok Bars to Close 5 Years For Underage Sales

BANGKOK — Two bars in east Bangkok area will be ordered to close for five years for selling to minors.

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