German arrested in Naklua on Koh Chang burglary charge

Friday, 18 May 2012 From Issue Vol. XX No. 20 By  Theerarak Suthathiwong

Transnational Crime Control Center officers in Pattaya have arrested a German man wanted for burglary in Koh Chang.

Bernd Andreas Schmiedinghoff, 35, was captured in his Naklua hotel room May 4.

Schmiedinghoff is accused of burglarizing a hotel room on the Trat Province island in April, then using stolen credit cards to withdraw 100,000 baht in cash from ATM machines. He was captured on security camera footage at a Pattaya ATM.

Schmiedinghoff denied the charges.

Police lead away Bernd Andreas Schmiedinghoff, accused of burglarizing a hotel room on Koh Chang and using stolen credit cards to withdraw cash from ATM machines. Police lead away Bernd Andreas Schmiedinghoff, accused of burglarizing a hotel room on Koh Chang and using stolen credit cards to withdraw cash from ATM machines.

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