Second hand car dealers who ripped off 52 people arrested after 5 years on the run

Second hand car dealers who ripped off 52 people arrested after 5 years on the run

 

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Image: Daily News

 

Police in Chiang Mai announced they had finally arrested a married couple involved in swindling 52 people.

 

Anucha "Teng" Dorkmaingam, 55, and his wife Warawee or Suthicha Suphan, 39, were arrested at a Chiang Mai restaurant. 

 

They had been on the run for five years after they ripped off people in a scam connected to the selling of second hand cars at their "S. Suthicha" dealership in Tha Phor sub-district of the northern Thai city. 

 

They blamed the economy and - appropriately enough - being unable to keep up with their instalments. 

 

Source: Daily News

 

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