Robbers shoot and kill buyer in Northern Thailand gold shop

Three robbers fired bullets via a glass door of a gold store yesterday in Tak, in Northern Thailand, killing one customer. The buyer was a 30 yr old man. He died after being rushed to the hospital.
The robbers smashed another glass door of the store with a hammer. They then smashed the showcases the place the gold was being displayed. One store proprietor was seriously injured from cuts acquired from the damaged glass.
The robbers stole objects valued at least 2.9 million baht. Security cameras filmed the robbery, and showed that the 3 robbers arrived on the store in a pickup truck. Thai media reported that they wore long-sleeved shirts and full-faced crash helmets. The shop is in Phop Phra district of Tak.
โซล่าเซลล์คุณภาพดี are common websites for robberies in Thailand. In November, a gold shop robber in Northeastern Thailand threatened staff with a hammer, and stole gadgets worth about one million baht. In September, a teenager robbed a gold shop in Nonthaburi and allegedly threatened the supervisor with a knife.
Police at the second are on a serious hunt for the Tak robbers..

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