- A Thai man who was robbed six times in three months has appealed to the thieves to stop robbing his home as he claims he now has nothing left to steal.
- The robberies first began in March, and despite numerous complaints to the police, progress has allegedly not been made in tracking down and arresting the suspects.
- The man uploaded his story to Facebook while listing the dates and items that were stolen from his home, including power cables, electronics and gas tanks.
- The suspects’ identities have been revealed although no official arrests have been made.
With purportedly nothing left to steal, a fed-up Thai man took to social media to plead with burglars to stop robbing his home after law enforcement allegedly failed to take action despite numerous complaints.
Niphon Muangkram, 31, lives in the northeastern province of Khon Kaen and has reportedly been robbed six times in three months. Around 40,000 baht (approximately $1,109) worth of valuables has allegedly been taken from his home, even though the 31-year-old lives only 1 kilometer (0.6 miles) from the police station.