Sudanese man arrested at Phuket Airport with illegal ammunition

PUBLISHED ON SAT, SEP 9, 2017 5:58 PM

Sudanese man arrested at Phuket Airport with illegal ammunition 

Eakkapop Thongtub

 

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PHUKET: A Sudanese man was arrested at Phuket International Airport yesterday (Sep 8) morning after security scans discovered the man was carrying ammunition.

 

Chief of Saku Police Station Pol Col Jirasak Siemsak orded Pol Maj Prawat Tantiputsapat, the investigator of Saku Police Station and his team to arrest the 32-year-old, Sudanese national identified as Mr Eyas Mohamed Alhassan Mahmoud Alammas for possession of a black ammunition magazine and nine 7.65 millimetre bullets.

 

Security personnel were alerted when the man, carrying his luggage, passed through a security checkpoint and bag scanner at Phuket International Airport at 7:50am on September 8.


Full story: https://www.thephuketnews.com/sudanese-man-arrested-at-phuket-airport-with-illegal-ammunition-63816.php#cbumViPXwq33fUQJ.97

 

 

 
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