Truck driver awakens to stolen espresso cargo: one hundred twenty bins lacking

Last night, a 37 12 months outdated truck driver from Buriram province was surprised when he woke up to find a part of his truckload of espresso missing. Having left the Nong Khae Industrial Estate in Saraburi province to ship the popular model of coffee to Khon Kaen province, Thien had parked by Mitraphap Road in Pak Chong, Nakhon Ratchasima, as a end result of exhaustion.
The driver, Thien Saman, acknowledged that he embarked on his delivery journey with a truckload of famous espresso merchandise, sourced from Nong Khae Industrial Estate in Saraburi province, aspiring to ship them to Khon Kaen province. As he approached the Mueang Ma Mile 39-40 on Mitraphap Road, in the Phaya Yen sub-district of Pak Chong district in Nakhon Ratchasima province, he felt tiredness take over, compelling him to drag over and rest by the roadside beginning at 11.50pm till 4am.
Upon waking up, he was shocked to seek out the tarp in the back of his truck had been slashed with a pointy object. Remote revealed that round one hundred twenty bins of coffee had been missing from the vehicle, KhaoSod reported. Thien added that it was usually secure for him to rest alongside Kam Thale So sub-district, Nakhon Ratchasima province, however due to being late this time, he decided to park in what appeared like a protected spot, due to the surrounding street lights.
Officer Awaychai Promwong, an investigator at Klang Dong police station, confirmed that via analysing CCTV footage from Mitraphap Road’s Dashboard Camera Page, a bronze four-door pickup truck was spotted parking behind the idle truck, loading the stolen items, after which fleeing the scene in the center of the night. Officer Promwong forwarded this video clip to the investigative police team to track down the thieves and proceed with authorized actions..

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