New arrests of criminals hiding in Thailand.

There are 2 new arrests made by the Immigration Police related to criminals hiding in Thailand. The first arrest is of a Burmese man with an arrest warrant out in his name in Myanmar. While the second arrest is of a Chinese man with a fraud case attached to him including damages of over 85 Million THB.


The Immigration Police was informed of Soe Htun, a man with an arrest warrant out in his name in Myanmar. Officials traced back his travels and didn’t find any information coming in or leaving Thailand since 2017. The investigation discovered security camera footage that showed Soe at the Suvarnabhumi Airport. Officials believe that he entered the country illegally. New information showed that Soe had checked into a hotel in Phranakorn, Bangkok. The police found him as planned and the arrest was made.


The next case is the arrest of a Chinese man who had overstayed his Visa in Thailand. Chen Ying 45 years old is on the escape from a bank fraud case with criminal charges in China. Back in 2013, Chen handed in fake contracts, fake financial credits, and other fake documents to a bank in China as he was applying for a loan. His acts caused damages of over 85 Million THB.


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Chen left China on 27 March 2014. Chinese officials put out an arrest warrant on charges of fraud for Chen on 23 August 2017. Officials discovered that Chen had history showing that he had been hiding in Chonburi Province and had overstayed his Visa. Chen came into Thailand on a tourist Visa TR-15 on 28 March 2014.


The Visa expired on 11 April 2014, Chen extended his Visa at the Samut Prakan Immigration Office under medical reasons that allowed him to stay in the Kingdom for another 90 days, 8 July 2014. This was his last extension to stay in Thailand.


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Chen was arrested in Bang Lamung District, Chonburi Province and was sent to the Bang Lamung Police for prosecution.


FB Caption: He had caused over 85 Million THB of damages to a bank back in his country.


Source: INN News