Three men were arrested for allegedly smashing the windows of a van they thought was owned by someone who owned their employer money.
Teerayut Saengmanee, 33, German-Thai Nathapak Kiertfilipine, 32, and Subin Thiparak, 24, were charged with property damage by breaking the front and rear windows of a van owned by Jularath Kawee, 26, near the post office on Chaiyapruek Road July 11.
Another suspect, Pittayapol Na Dara, 24, remains at large.
Teerayut Saengmanee, German-Thai Nathapak Kiertfilipine, and Subin Thiparak were arrested and charged with property damage.
At a police press conference, the three confessed they broke the windows because they thought the van was still owned by a man named Noy who owes 50,000 baht to Bandit Na Dara, 40, who is currently a monk in one of Sattahip’s temples.
They didn’t know the van was sold to Jularath before Noy went upcountry.