Friday, January 14, 2011

Thailand Thomas arrested after police chase; gun from pawnshop robbery found in car

Posted by on Fri, Jan 14, 2011 at 11:00 AM

click to enlarge Thailand Thomas is a suspect in a KCMO homicide.
  • Thailand Thomas is a suspect in a KCMO homicide.

Thailand Thomas

has quite a history with the law. He's a suspect in a homicide last summer in Kansas City, Missouri. And on Wednesday, he was arrested after allegedly leading police on a chase in Cass County.

Now Independence police believe that Thailand may be key in helping them solve Monday's robbery of the Shop 'n Pawn store at 12807 East U.S. 40 Highway. Police say several guns were taken from the store during the robbery.

One of the stolen guns was found inside the vehicle that Thailand was driving during the car chase.



Authorities say Thailand wrecked the car and fled the scene. He was later caught and charged in Cass County with stealing a vehicle and resisting arrest, according to The Kansas City Star.

Independence police are still trying to round up all of the stolen weapons. If you know Thomas or know the people with whom he associates, call the Independence police at 816-325-7330 or the TIPS Hotline at 816-474-8477.

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