Thai cops busted a Chinese fraudster wanted by Interpol in the country’s northeast region on Sunday. The Immigration Bureau’s deputy commissioner said the suspect is wanted on an arrest warrant in China and an Interpol warrant for public fraud.
The deputy commissioner, Pol Maj-General Phanthana Nutchanart, said immigration police arrested the suspect in the province of Maha Sarakham, in the Wapi Pathum district on Sunday morning.
Phanthana said the Immigration Bureau is processing charges against Liu for him to be deported.
The suspect, 54 year old Liu, is accused by the Chinese government of lending money at exorbitant interest rates and causing damages worth more than 110 million baht to Chinese nationals.
Phanthana said that Liu is also linked to a triad in Thailand that lends money at unusually high-interest rates…