Customs Department confiscates 13 luxury cars

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BANGKOK, 4 June 2013 The Customs Department has confiscated 31 luxury cars belonging to businessmen in the northeastern of Thailand. The police said the confiscation is irrelevant to the burning of 4 luxurious cars that took place in Nakhon Ratchasima last week. 

The Provincial Police Region 4, in cooperation with the Customs Department, has announced a seizure of 13 luxury cars believed to have been smuggled in under a tax evasion scam, as none of them has any proof of registration and tax payment.

The 13 confiscated cars include 5 Mercedes-Benz, 1 BMW, 2 Toyotas, 3 Nissans, and a Volkswagen.

The cars will be held by authorities until the case is closed.

The police have also confirmed that the arrest is not related to the burning of the 4 high-end cars in Nakhon Ratchasima last week.