Robbers shoot and kill buyer in Northern Thailand gold shop

Three robbers fired bullets by way of a glass door of a gold store yesterday in Tak, in Northern Thailand, killing one customer. The buyer was a 30 yr old man. He died after being rushed to the hospital.
The robbers smashed another glass door of the shop with a hammer. They then smashed the showcases where the gold was being displayed. One shop owner was critically injured from cuts obtained from the broken glass.
Safety stole gadgets valued no less than 2.9 million baht. Security cameras filmed the robbery, and confirmed that the three robbers arrived at the retailer in a pickup truck. Thai media reported that they wore long-sleeved shirts and full-faced crash helmets. The shop is in Phop Phra district of Tak.
Gold retailers are frequent sites for robberies in Thailand. In November, a gold store robber in Northeastern Thailand threatened workers with a hammer, and stole objects value about a million baht. In September, a young person robbed a gold store in Nonthaburi and allegedly threatened the manager with a knife.
Police at the moment are on a serious hunt for the Tak robbers..

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