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06 July 2011 :: 17:07:49 pm 55894

Pattaya Pakistani Male Caught Selling Drugs and Pirated Goods.

A Pakistani man who operated a travel company, laundry and pharmacy was arrested at his company in Pattaya for keeping and selling prohibid drugs and pirated goods
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Pattaya, July 5, 2011, (PDN) Pol.Col. Nuntawat Suwanlaong Pattay Police and his team with the Pattaya Court Warrant of 5 July 2011 went to Malistravel Company in South Pattaya, Nongprue, Banglamung where they they conducted an investigation and found that the premises of the travel company and laundry shop were used for selling prohibid drugs and pirated goods.

At the scene, the police found Mr. Faisal Nadeem, 40, Pakistani national, the company owner, along with Pakistani and Thai staff who were detained for for further questioning.

In the 1×3 meters large safety room with digital entry code the police found many of prohibited drugs such as viagra, camagra, sleeping pills and smuggled cigarettes. And more than 1, 000 pirated items such as garments, shoes and imitation handbags were also found at the warehouse in the building next to Malistravel company.

Mr Faisal Nadeem, the suspect, who had resided in Pattaya over ten years and could speak Thai fluently, confessed that he opened the travel company, laundry and phar macy shop in order to sell “sex pills” to foreigners by purchasing them from his Pakistani friend in Bangkok. As for the pirated goods, he purchased them from Bangkok in order to sell to the vendors at shopping malls in Pattaya.

The police stated that the suspect had sold prohibid drugs for a long time. It was difficuit to arrest him as he had the safety room for storage of the prohibted goods. The value of the drugs and pirated goods amounts to circa 10 millions THB. The police also found a list of pharmacies who ordered the prohibid drugs. The police would investigate these shop and would conduct further arrests.

In addition, the police will examine whether the Pakistani staff have work permits or not.

Reporter : Kong Siptis   Photo : Kong Siptis   Category : Crime News

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