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26 June 2014 :: 01:06:10 am 89287

Police Cracked Down On Pirated Goods In Pattaya

The police of the Centre of Prevention and Suppression for Intellectual Property Infringement, Section 2 coordinated with Pattaya city police station to arrest traders who were selling pirated goods in a well known department store.
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PATTAYA – June 24, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 9.30 p.m., Pol.Maj.Gen. Sanit Mahathaworn (Acting Commissioner, Section 2), Pol.Maj.Gen. Chettha Komonwatthana (Investigation Commander, Section 2), Pol.Col. Theeraphon Jindaluang (Deputy Investigation Commander, Section 2), Pol.Col. Supphathee Boonkhrong (Acting Superintendent of Pattaya city police station, Chonburi province) cooperated with the police of the Centre of Prevention and Suppression for Intellectual Property Infringement, Investigation Division, Section 2, together made a statement about the arrest of traders who were caught selling pirated goods at Mike Shopping Mall and Mike department store along Beach road, Moo 10. The police arrested 21 defendants with 3,100 exhibits of pirated goods and counterfeit goods of brand name products which consisted of clothes, shoes, belts, handbags, caps and glasses worth around 2,500,000 THB.

 

Pol.Maj.Gen. Thanaphon Maneephark (Deputy Commissioner, Section 2) revealed that previously the police of the Centre of Prevention and Suppression for Intellectual Property Infringement, Section 2, had found out that people were selling pirated goods and counterfeit goods in Mike Shopping Mall and Mike Department Store. The main customers were foreign tourists so the officers had reported it to the superior police who ordered them to go and arrest all the defendants and seize all the pirated goods and counterfeit goods.

Reporter : Amnoychai Malila   Photo : Amnoychai Malila   Category : Crime News

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