DSI seize 122 super cars in nine raids in Bangkok

PUBLISHED ON SAT, MAY 20, 2017 1:39 PM

DSI seize 122 super cars in nine raids in Bangkok

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A total of 122 super cars have been impounded by the Department of Special Investigation following coordinated raids of nine car showrooms and warehouses, especially the Niche Car Group, in Bangkok on Friday.

 

The impounding of the 122 luxury cars were announced at a press conference by justice deputy permanent secretary Pol Col Dusadee Arayawuth and DSI chief Pol Col Paisit Wongmuang.

 

Officials of the DSI split up to raid nine locations connected with import of luxury cars, including showrooms at Siam Paragon and Ekamai, Raminthra road and the residence of Mr Wittavat Choenbaramee of the Niche Car Group.

 

The cars impounded include Lamboghini, Ferrari and Lotus.

 

Full story: http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/dsi-seize-122-super-cars-nine-raids-bangkok/

 

 
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