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Arrest 23 illegal workers sitting on the Pajero and sending them to Lay.

Arrest 23 Burmese illegal workers for cramming in a Pajero before sending to Malaysia


At 21.00 on 6 June, Mr. Sa-nga Klueklai, Village Headman of Village No. 12, Ban Yan Sue, Ao Noi Subdistrict, Mueang District, Prachuap Khiri Khan Province Received clues about smuggling illegal foreign workers from the borders of neighboring countries. Passing through Wang Pao, fleeing into the city, they coordinated Nang Lan Thom Nguy Kai, Village Headman of Village No. 9, Ban Km. 12, Ao Noi Subdistrict, to lead village security officers to check and find a black Mitsubishi Pajero car, registration plate Tor 4411, Bangkok, running at high speed Officers then radioed the patrol car. Ao Noi police station asked to track the extraction. It took more than 30 minutes until the car was intercepted at Pracha Songkhroh 4 Road, Village No. 12, Ao Noi Subdistrict. From the inside of the car, it was found that the driver was a Myanmar national. Bringing 20 Burmese illegal workers, 3 women, a total of 23 people sit in the car without any proof of identification.

The officers therefore confiscated all illegal workers and sent investigators at Ao Noi Police Station to prosecute them for illegally fleeing into the city. Initially, it is assumed that the trafficking of illegal workers through Wang Pao is the same group of migrants trafficking in the village of Mu Dong. Myanmar Escape the city through the area, Village No. 2, Huai Sai Subdistrict, Mueang District, south of the Singkhon checkpoint special relief point To be humiliated in Malaysia for a wage of 30,000 baht per head, but in the past, many Sondhi agencies are intercepting and arresting many times, many suspects. Causing the smugglers’ gang to change the route of fleeing into the city to Ao Noi Subdistrict, the cause of the arrest was because the driver was not skilled at the route in the area.

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