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30 November 2009 :: 17:11:30 pm 31271

Two Men Arrested With Counterfeit Us Dollars and Government Documents

Recently two Thai men were arrested in Central Thailand in possession of counterfeit US currency as well as a series of forged land title deeds and registrations.
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Nakhon Ratchasima, the 29th of November 2009 [Pattaya Daily News]: Two Thai men were apprehended in the central Thai province of Nakhon Rachasima. The pair were subsequently charged with trading in counterfeit currency (US dollar), as well as falsifying counterfeit land title deeds and house registrations, police have stated.

The two culprits were, Mr Saravut Pimpa age 63 and Mr Somchai Buaboon age 44. The pair were arrested by police in possession of 50 counterfeit US$100 notes, counterfeit land title deeds and various falsified identification cards. Mr Saravut was also found to have several million baht in his bank account.

Questioning of Mr Saravut revealed that he had made the false government documents with the intention of selling them, also stating that he had been doing this sort of operation for quite some time. Mr Saravut revealed that he had purchased the counterfeit US currency from a Cambodian man in the Khmer resort of Koh Kong with the intention of selling the money to customers in Thailand and Laos for 350 Baht per note (US$10). It is also now known that Mr Saravut’s accomplice was primarily just a driver and had very little involvement in the actual operations.

The police have stated that they had been issued with four arrest warrants for the gang in the past and that they would now continue to question the duo in the hopes of gaining information enabling them to arrest other members of the counterfeiting gang.

Reporter : PDN staff   Photo : Internet   Category : Thailand News

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