Stolen ambulance radio requested back, wanted for life-saving communication

Emergency responders from the Bangkok Medical Centre have reported the theft of a vital communication radio from an ambulance, urging the thief to return the tools as it is crucial for saving lives. Yesterday, May 21, Mahesak Kanrat, a 48 year previous ambulance captain from the Bangkok Medical Centre, reported the theft to Pipatpong Puempoon, a sergeant major investigating the case. The stolen tools is a Motorola communication radio, valued at US$800 and used to speak with hospitals and police stations.
Profit explained that around 3am on May 21, after transporting a patient to the hospital and returning to the Erawan Centre, he parked the ambulance close to Ram Inthra, close to a army golf course. Despite not locking the door, the automobile keys were saved securely inside the centre, only for an unknown thief to steal the radio put in in the vehicle’s centre console.
The ambulance in query is a Toyota Commuter, registration number three กข 9803 Bangkok, which has been parked at this location for several years without incident. Seth is urging the thief to return the system due to its important role in coordinating with hospitals and police stations to save lives..

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