CityNews – On 19th October Region 5 and Chiang Mai Police announced the arrest of two men, a Chiang Mai man Premthichai Pimawat (26), and a Burmese man Ikpu – no surname provided (21), who were stopped on their way driving south to Nonthaburi with 280,000 amphetamine pills.
Police say they received information that two men had bought a large amount of drugs from a Burmese-Wa woman called Ching Ching at a factory in Burma near the Thai border. Acting on this information police waited in hiding until they saw a Honda car driving from the Mae Fa Luang District to the factory across the border, and back again.
Police stopped the car at Tambon Rim Kok in Chiang Rai and found 280,000 pills hidden under the backseat of the car.
The men told police they had been hired by a man called Ped, a former prisoner at Nakorn Sri Thammarat. They had been paid 100,000 baht to drive from the factory to Nonthaburi.
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