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Undocumented migrants arrested in Phuket for selling pirated goods

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An undocumented migrant from Myanmar and two others from Cambodia have been arrested in Phuket’s Muang district for selling pirated goods.

The arrests, to suppress copyrights violations, were made by a joint operation of Interior Ministry officials, troops and naval officers led by Muang Phuket assistant district chief Danai Jaikheng on Tuesday.

The three were arrested at a roadside shop on Luang Por Chuan road in Tambon Karon.

The Myanmar man was identified as Doan Thi Thuan, 39. The officials seized 674 fake items from him, including bags, belts and shoes.

The two Cambodian men were identified as Ron, 24, and Prean Kimra, 20. The officials seized 379 fake items from them, including eyeglasses of well-known brands.

The three were also charged with unlawful entry into the kingdom.

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