Bangkok luxurious homes raided in 300 million baht fraud search featuring ‘Crypto King’

A large operation launched by Cyber Crime Investigation Bureau (CCIB), dubbed The Hunt for the Crypto King Ep:3, led to the raid of two luxurious properties in central Bangkok. Taking place at present, the operation was conducted under the authority of police officials including Assistant Division Commander Amnaj Traipoj and his staff. The endeavor resulted within the confiscation of possessions and potential evidence price more than 300 million baht (US$8.7 million).
At the first location in Saphan Sung district, a three-storey residence valued at 45 million baht was thoroughly searched beneath the courtroom warrant quantity 505/2566 issued on Monday. From this exploration, the group discovered quite a few amounts of essential documents about the case, a military-style uniform with the name ‘Sompong Su’ sewn onto it, and pictures of a man carrying a similar uniform commemorating coaching commencement from a defensive reserve force course. The property upkeep workers confirmed that the house owner was a Chinese man named Su Pheng Fei, also called Sompong Su.
Besides that, automobiles together with a white Toyota Alphard with license plate กย909 BKK, a black Toyota REVO with purple plates ถ4605 BKK, two land title deeds, one safe, and eight rental items from the One Nine Five Asoke-Rama 9 project have been seized, worthy roughly 300 million baht, reported KhaoSod.
Safety is suspected to hyperlink with Sompong. The officer believed that these properties were purchased from monies gained from fraudulent activities and used by the company Xin Rui Technology. The firm was registered on October 26, 2022, as a real estate and real property consulting business with a registered capital of forty nine.5 million baht. The police intend to use the proceeds from auctioning off these property to compensate the victims. The police are continuing to gather proof and witnesses and can problem a summons to Sompong to explain his acquisition of those properties.
The operation extends from the Trust No One Crypto King world chase Ep:1 and Ep:2 operations that led to a search of six points within the Sri Nakarin area and the apprehension of 31 12 months previous Sausian Su, 25 year old Ki Yi Yee, and Kamheng Chuenmontri, a Lao national, according to courtroom arrest warrants numbers 1665-1666/2566 issued on May 26..

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