2 Russians hurt in necklace snatch

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Two Russian tourists were injured when a pair of Thai youths kicked over the motorbike they were riding in order to steal a gold necklace.

Vladimir Tuzo, 51, suffered a cut forehead and Nicolai Crostrin, 46, broke his arm in the Feb. 21 robbery.  Both were treated at Pattaya Memorial Hospital.

Both men said they were driving down a dark road when the Thai duo approached on a motorbike.  The pillion passenger kicked the Russians, who lost control and crashed.  The Thais stole one of their necklaces and fled.

Russian tourists Vladimir Tuzo and Nicolai Crostrin are treated by staff at Pattaya Memorial Hospital after being attacked by robbers on Feb. 21.Russian tourists Vladimir Tuzo and Nicolai Crostrin are treated by staff at Pattaya Memorial Hospital after being attacked by robbers on Feb. 21.

2 Russians hurt in necklace snatch

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