Pattaya police have today confirmed they have applied to Pattaya Provincial Court for an arrest warrant to be issued for Boonrod Baikrathok (Nang).
Police had summonsed Baikrathok to appear to be formally charged with a theft from her previous employer of around THB 5.7 million or GBP115,000.
Police had previously ordered Baikrathok to appear on 27th November and 15th January, and following this third failure to appear police are authorised by law to request the Court to issue an arrest warrant.
Photos taken during an inspection of the premises by shareholders and police, who are investigating the manager of the company, Boonrod Baikrathok (Nang), for theft of company assets, and shareholders have described the building as having been 'ransacked' - damages now amount to THB 5,700,000 (GBP 115,000).
Baikrathok now works as a real estate agent and property manager for 'Pattaya Glory Real Estate' - shareholders of 'Jimi' have said any prospective client should view this report first.
Baikrathok had previously attended the police station with Andrew Drummond, a convicted criminal who fled Thailand just days before he was to be sentenced by the Supreme Court of Thailand and to avoid prosecution in a number of pending cases.
Baikrathok and Drummond claimed that as a director of the company Baikrathok was authorised to remove company assets, a claim that shareholder Brian Goudie has described as 'ludicrous'.
Police and lawyers for the shareholders recently inspected the premises and afterwards said:
'The building has been completely ransacked, Air cons, door locks, sinks, taps, furniture, TV's, even the light switches and plumbing fittings have been stolen.
Because our clients had already locked the premises and Nang did not have keys it was thought she would not be able to enter the private office and owners apartment - it seems Baikrathok's answer to that was to jack hammer the wall out.
Office door - jackhammer used to bypass security locks.
Ms. Baikrathok was left in place as the manager of an eight room guest house with a bar and restaurant, and has left it as a derelict shell - she will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law."