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    Re: Adorable thieves' in Thailand photographed the moment they stole a woman's watch

    Consolation for girls wrongly accused of stealing

    7 Oct 2016 at 14:47
    WRITER: CHEEWIN SATTHA


    CHIANG MAI - Authorities of this northern province on Friday offered moral and financial support to the hill tribe family whose daughters were wrongfully accused in international media of stealing a wristwatch from a foreign visitor at a tourist attraction.

    Chiang Mai governor Pawin Chamniprasart, his wife Monsuda, who is the provincial Thai Red Cross president, and other local authorities visited the Hmong family in Ban Doi Pui village in Muang Chiang Mai district.

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    Re: Adorable thieves' in Thailand photographed the moment they stole a woman's watch

    The 'thieves' whose story got stolen

    After two Hmong hill tribe girls were accused of stealing a watch by the media, little was done to clear up the false accusations

    11 Dec 2016 at 07:50 74,915 viewed21 comments
    NEWSPAPER SECTION: SPECTRUM | WRITER: CHAIYOT YONGCHAROENCHAI

    'Dad, what did I do wrong? Why don't we go to the temple any more?" Dokmai, a 10-year-old Hmong hill tribe girl, asked her father innocently. She was wondering why she and her sister no longer visit Doi Suthep temple as much as they used to.

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    Re: 'Adorable thieves' photographed the moment they allegedly stole a woman's watch

    Foreign media apologise for calling Hmong girls thieves
    21 Mar 2017 at 17:38 1,408 viewed0 comments
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    CHIANG MAI - Two international media outlets have apologised to two Hmong hilltribe girls for reports wrongly accusing them of being caught on camera stealing a British tourist’s watch at Doi Suthep temple several months ago.

    The Sun of Britain and Daily Mail Australia sent letters of apology to the parents of hilltribe sisters, Dokmai, 10, and her younger sister Gaolhee, 7.

    Chiang Mai governor Pawin Chamniprasart, Ben Robert Svasti, the British honorary consul in Chiang Mai, and Chiang Mai’s Muang district chief Saranyu Meethongkham handed the letters to the girls’ parents at the provincial hall on Tuesday.

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