Swedish man arrested in Hua Hin for 35 million baht accounting fraud charges from his country

Hua Hin –

  A wanted Swedish man was arrested in Hua Hin for 35 million baht in accounting fraud legal charges in his home country.

Hua Hin Immigration Officers told the Pattaya News that they were informed by the Swedish Embassy to search for the 52-year-old Swedish man who is a wanted suspect for accounting fraud of a company in Sweden. From 2017 to 2019 the money generated from the fraud was about 35,000,000 million baht.

Hua Hin Immigration Officers found this week that the Swedish man was hidden at a rental house in Hua Hin, Prachuap Khiri Khan. He told police that he is the person who was on the warrant but did not state how he pleaded. He is in the process of being extradited to Sweden to face the legal charges laid against him.


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