On November 7th, police were alerted to a convenience store robbery in Thailand’s Pathum Thani Province. Lotus Express’s four employees were still in shock when the investigators arrived. “Wien”, the shop’s cashier, said that, at around 3am, a man wearing a crash helmet, walked in brandishing a rifle. He demanded all the money from the cash register. She handed him around 7,000 baht cash. The gunman also stole a packet of cigarettes before escaping on a motorcycle. Investigators, hunting for the villain, say that a similar robbery at another convenience store nearby is believed to have been committed by the same suspect.