Three Thais and a Local Charged for Subang Parade Jewellery Shop Robbery

17 February 2007
Petaling Jaya

Three Thai nationals and a Malaysian have been charged with possession of firearms and ammunition. They have been accused to be involved in the Subang Parade Poh Kong jewellery heist on 3 February 2007.

Under the Internal Security Act 1960, the four face the death penalty if convicted.

Songsil Udtoom, aged 37, his brother Jukkis Udtoom, aged 40, Malaysian Loo Yeong Guang, aged 30, and his Thai girlfriend Phailin Noochangphueak, aged 26, were charged with the possession of two Colt pistols, a AR 15 rifle, a Remmington Rand pistol, a Sig Sauer pistol and a Glock pistol in a Pyramid Tower Hotel room in Bandar Sunway at 3:45am on 4 February 2007.

They also face a second charge of possessing 336 bullets at the same location.

Their case has been referred to the Shah Alam High Court and has been set for mention there on 9 March 2007.

New Straits Times – Malaysian and three Thais charged under ISA

Malaysia Crime Watch – Subang Jaya Robbers Detained Longer

Malaysia Crime Watch – Goldsmith Shop Robbers Arrested Quickly

Malaysia Crime Watch – Goldsmith Shop Robbery Ends with Three Dead

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