American, Indian motorbike thieves jailed in Saigon for 7 years

Created 17 April 2018
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They attacked a Grab driver and stunned him with an electric baton last year.

ndian Ravi Parkash and American Moon Atfri at the court in Ho Chi Minh City on Monday. Photo by VnExpress/Binh Nguyen

 

A Ho Chi Minh City court sentenced two men from India and America to seven years in jail on Monday for stealing a motorbike.

ndian Ravi Parkash and American Moon Atfri at the court in Ho Chi Minh City on Monday. Photo by VnExpress/Binh Nguyen

Indian Ravi Parkash and American Moon Atfri in court on Monday. Photo by VnExpress/Binh Nguyen

Indian Ravi Parkash, 28, and American Moon Atfri, 32, had used a stun baton to attack a Grab driver early last year, according to the verdict.

The pair shared a rented apartment in the city’s District 7 and planned the robbery because they had ran out of money.

On March 21, 2017, they drove to a restaurant on Nguyen Duc Tho Street in Go Vap District before Parkash booked a motorbike ride from Grab to Tan Son Nhat Airport.

A driver named Tam, 30, arrived to pick Parkash up, but as he bent down to get a helmet for him, Parkash stunned him with the baton, pushing him to the ground.

Parkash and Atfri took the motorbike and stashed it in a parking lot, before switching its number plate with another bike's in the building.

Three days later, the two were arrested while they were trying to sell the bike.

 

Source: VNE

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