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Indian kidnappers and extortionists arrested and taken to Suvarnabhumi airport scene of crime

Three Indian kidnappers and extortionists have been arrested.

They were running a second hand car dealership in Banglamung in the Pattaya area.

But they had a lucrative sideline on the go: a racket to extort money from people who arrived from India.

On July 22nd an Indian man called Thandal had reported to police that three of his relatives who came to Thailand from Mumbai had been kidnapped.

They had come to Thailand hoping to get documents to be able to go and work in Canada.

Instead the gang met them and took them to the Cambodian border and tried to extort 1.5 million baht.

They used severe violence according to police who paraded the suspects at Suvarnabhumi yesterday.

On show was a baseball bat and several guns.

The men were named as Khadia Khan Mohammad, 41, Ali Sayed Ahsan, 44 and Sorman, 27.

They have been charged with, kidnapping, extortion and making violent threats and weapons’ possession.

Thai VisaDaily News



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