According to reports, the director of the Thai National Police Agency, Dang Longsa, ordered a number of subordinate officials to carry out the “Trust No One” operation with the Thai Anti-Money Laundering Office, Immigration Bureau and other departments, aiming to clean up cryptocurrency criminals. A search was also carried out at multiple dens on Sinakalong Road and Kritha in Bangkok.
It is understood that there are as many as 5 target search points in the Prawet luxury villa area in Bangkok, most of which are 2-story single-family villas.
The police arrested 31-year-old Chinese man Mingjian Su and his 25-year-old wife Yixi Li in one of them. They seized over 15 million baht in cash, real estate title deeds worth over 60 million baht, and deeds for 4 luxury apartments in Sukhumvit (approximately 128 million yuan). Baht), 14 Bearbricks (a toy), 6 Apple phones, several tablets and laptops, and several international brand-name bags.
The police said that the amount of crime committed by the gang may exceed 10 billion baht, and the number of victims has reached more than 200,000, but the specific number is still not available because there are still other victims.