The Tourist police joined forces arrested 50 foreigners, mostly for overstaying their visa and sneaking into the Kingdom without documents.
BANGKOK – Thailand’s Deputy Tourist Police chief Pol Maj-General Surachet Hakpal held a press conference at 2am at the Bang Lamphu roundabout to announce the results of the weekly foreigner roundup operation. He said 17 foreigners – four Indians, three Vietnamese, three Nigerian, two French, one Russian, one Guinea national, one Gambian, one Ivory […]
Foreigners from Switzerland, Russia, Senegal, India, Vietnam, Cote d’Ivoire, Algeria, Myanmar and Cambodia were detained on various offenses.
BANGKOK – Thailand’s Tourist Police Bureau deputy chief Pol Maj Gen Surachate Hakparn and his team of police, soldiers and immigration officers have detained 36 foreigners after searches were conducted at 104 locations across the Country. Teams of police, soldiers and officers from several other agencies searched per-selected places in Bangkok and popular tourist […]
– BANGKOK – Thailand’s authorities are continuing to hunt for over 8,000 foreigners who have allegedly overstayed in this country, according to Defense Ministry spokesman Lt. Gen. Kongcheep Tantrawanich. Those foreigners, suspected to have illegally overstayed in varied spots throughout Thailand, might possibly have been involved in crimes or any outlawed activities only to smear […]