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Pakistan and Greek suspects arrested in Pattaya motorbike theft ring case

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Police pickup in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Photo: Love Krittaya.


A foreign national, thought to be involved in a recent motorbike theft case, reported by us on Thursday, has now been formally identified and a further man has been arrested and accused of his involvement in a foreign-run motorbike theft ring in Pattaya.

Police Major General Katcha, Provincial Police Commander, held a press conference at Pattaya Police Station on Friday to confirm the arrest of Mr. I. A. aged 25, a Greek passport Holder who was born in Turkey and Mr. Nadeem Ejaz aged 35 from Pakistan, who had entered Thailand on a fake Greek passport.

He was also in possession of a fake Portuguese passport and driving licenses in fake names from Malta and Greece.

Mr. Ejaz had been arrested on Thursday but further investigations led to the arrest of Mr. A. on Friday on Pattaya Second Road. Their bike of choice was the Honda PCX and 5 of them reportedly rented from shops around Pattaya and not returned in accordance with the rental agreements and worth approximately 75,000 Baht each were recovered by Police.

Source: Pattaya One

By Pattaya One


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