We have heard several news of robberies, murders, and rape cases on our various reputable University campuses caused by outsiders or folks who are not students. It's despicable! Guardians send their wards to these schools to get an advanced education to pursue their various careers or passions not to be molested, harassed, robbed, or killed.
In an attempt to boost campus security, the Pentecost University College at Suwotuom installed CCTV cameras all over campus to bring culprits of any criminal activity to book. The CCTV caught a young man boldly stealing a student bag containing an Apple Laptop(MacBook). The official Facebook page of the University pleaded with the general public to help them in holding the culprit accountable for stealing.
From indications, the young man is not a student at the University. The University wrote this on its Facebook page;
Our CCTV cameras captured this guy stealing a laptop bag containing a MacBook and its accessories.
He is on the run! If you know him, please give us a tip-off via 0540372891 for a handsome reward.
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