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2,000 cars wheel-clamped on Monday

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Traffic police have wheel-clamped about 2,000 vehicles parked in prohibited areas nationwide on Monday, said senior police adviser Pol Gen Wuthi Liptapanlop. 

A police officer enforces the law in earnest in Phitsanulok province's Muang district on Aug 18, 2014. (Photo by Chinawat Singha)

The officer, who is in charge of traffic, said the highest number of wheel-clamping cases had been reported in residential communities, markets and department stores on Sukhumvit Road in Samut Prakan province, Chaeng Wattana Road in Nonthaburi and in Pathum Thani.

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