Police are beginning to unravel a fake visa racket, having arrested a key suspect implicated in the disappearance of 300 visa stickers from a Thai consulate in Malaysia.
Following a two-month investigation, officers led by immigration bureau chief Ronnasin Phusara arrested a Thai woman nicknamed "Mama", who allegedly sold the visa stickers stolen from the Kuala Lumpur consulate to foreigners.
Piyamat Bandasak, 39, who allegedly sold visa stickers stolen from the Kuala Lumpur consulate to foreigners, is arrested and brought to a press conference by immigration police. (Photo by Patipat Janthong)
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