Man defends himself after 7 fake ID cards along with his id utilized in crimes

A Thai man visited Lad Ya Police Station yesterday to defend himself after seven pretend identification (ID) cards that includes his picture and private info had been used by criminals. The sufferer, Pakin Sookprapan, said he faces 12 criminal expenses that he is unaware of.
A image of the faux ID playing cards was extensively shared on Thai social media. The playing cards had the identical picture of a Thai man with short hair wearing a black t-shirt, the same date of start, and address. However, the identification numbers and names had been completely different on every card.
The tackle on each card indicated that the man lived within the Lad Ya sub-district, Mueang district, Kanchanaburi province in the central a half of Thailand.
Netizens urged the relevant departments within the province to research the case earlier than the criminals used these pretend ID playing cards to swindle cash from folks. There was also concern that the faux ID cards could probably be concerned in the upcoming election.
Ironclad of the Mueang Kanchanaburi, Thananat Sisat, clarified the problem yesterday stating that all seven of the ID playing cards were pretend and didn’t appear on the info system.
Paking, the real particular person in the pictures of the fake ID card, visited the Lad Ya Police Station to report the issue. Pakin insisted that he did not create the fake ID playing cards and filed a complaint with the police on the issue in September last 12 months.
Pakin stated…
“I thought the problem would end after I filed a complaint about my pretend ID playing cards last yr in September. I thought somebody stole my identification once I utilized to get an off-the-cuff loan by way of a cell utility a number of years ago. The application required me to take a picture of my ID card and pay a 500 baht charge to get a 50,000 baht loan. I did every thing but did not get the cash and misplaced 500 baht to the application.”
Pakin also added that he faced 12 fraud expenses since he supplied personal info in the utility. Some victims didn’t file a complaint however contacted him directly on social media and tried to get their a refund, but he didn’t commit any crimes.
Anti-Corruption Division of the Registration and Administration Bureau, Ekana Sri-in, reported to the media that he questioned Pakin concerning the concern and obtained a lot of helpful info that might lead to the criminal or criminals producing the fake cards.
Ekana added he can be making additional investigations to establish and arrest the suspect or suspects..

Leave a Comment