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Met chief Sanit Mahathavorn said that Lumpini police had arrested two drivers who had made a delivery of nearly 7,000 counterfeit items from Aranyaprathet to Bangkok.
Hat Thongbu, 47, from Chainat and Niran Damthunghong, 47, from Aranyaprathet had hidden the goods in a bus they had driven from the Rong Kleua market near the border with Cambodia, reports Thairath.
The arrests were made by chance after a routine search was made of the bus parked near Lumpini Park.
Found inside were designer goods such as bags, watches, clothes,shoes and glasses. Among some of the names were Adidas, Ekko, Chanel, Chaps and Casio.
The drivers said they had been paid 10,000 baht for the delivery and had done this kind of thing many times before over many years.
Police said the good were worth around 5 million baht and were set to be delivered to market traders in the capital.