Thai cops lock up 13 rooms owned by Malaysian UFun suspect


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  • Wednesday, 20 May 2015

BANGKOK: Thai police have raided and blocked access to 13 rooms at a condominium on Ratchadaphisek Road here owned by a Malaysian suspect involved in the controversial UFun investment scheme.

The Wednesday raid followed a recent discovery by police of UFun Store Co Ltd, an affiliate of UFun, having deposited US$10mil (RM36mil) with UDBP Management (Thailand), assistant national police chief Pol Lt-General Suwira Songmetta said.

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