Antiquated company policy leads to gunfire


At 6.30pm on June the 2nd Banglamung police were called to the local Toyota dealership on Sukhumvit Highway to find the staff in a state of shock as the front window was broken with two bullet holes inside the center itself.

A sales representative, 30 year old Pasika Ratnanop said at the time of the incident the staff were in the meeting room when a  Thai man in a black outfit with a dark helmet parked his motorbike in front of the center and started firing directly at the glass before fleeing on his motorbike.

Nothing remains of one of the glass doors.Nothing remains of one of the glass doors.

Pasika suspected the shooter may be 28 year old Surachat

Ken-aran who had paid 10,000 baht as a deposit to buy a car, but the financing company had denied his loan and the company did not have a refund policy.

She said Surachat had came back to the showroom with some  friends to negotiate with the staff, but the company manager kept to the company policy and Surachat had to leave without his 10,000 baht.

Police have a description of Surachat and are now on the lookout for him.

Antiquated company policy leads to gunfire