Police nab fake ambulance driver
Bangkok Post
21 November 2016

A foundation ambulance is impounded by police after meth pills and cystal meth were found hidden in the vehicle.  Wichan Charoenkiatpakul

A man has been arrested in Bangkok for using an ambulance to deliver drugs.

Det Chanatheeraroj, 26, was nabbed at a condominium parking lot in Klong Chan, Bang Kapi district, early yesterday.

Police said the suspect was driving an ambulance to deliver drugs to a businessman. A total of 120,000 methamphetamine tablets and three kilogrammes of crystal meth were seized from the ambulance.

The vehicle, registered as being owned by a rescue foundation, was obtained through a friend employed by the foundation, according to Pol Maj Gen Chaiporn Panich-atta, deputy Metropolitan Police Bureau. The suspect was being pursued on a previous charge of extortion committed in Pathum Thani. Police searched the ambulance when he acted suspiciously during the arrest.

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