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On March 14, 2011 two shops selling jewelry and gold were robbed by a
group of 7 robbers armed with automatic rifles. The robbers arrived in a
Mazda and split into two groups to pick each of the shops which were
adjacent to each other. Two people were killed during the heist and 4
injured. The robbers made off with an undisclosed number of golden
Among the casualties were the owner of one of the shops – Wichai
Srithaksinakhun and a security guard Jitti Pluemjai. The robbery took
place in the downtown of Sungai, Kolok district, province of Narathiwat,
The province of Narathiwat is mostly known for the Islamic insurgency
– the deadliest Islamic insurgency in a non Islamic country. But since
this is Thailand, Muslim extremists are not the only danger.
CCTV video of the robbery is below:
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