Pattaya police crack down on motorbike gang linked to murder case

In a major crackdown on international crime, Pattaya law enforcement carried out a successful operation towards the infamous ‘Outlaws’ motorcycle gang. The group has been identified as a significant player in criminal actions, with links to the chilling homicide case of German businessman Hans Peter Mack. The subsequent operation led by Deputy National Police Chief Pol. Gen. Surachate Hakparn resulted in the arrest of key members.
The press convention held on the afternoon of July 21st, 2023, marked a major victory against organised crime in Pattaya, positioned in Chonburi province. The ‘Outlaws’ gang, recognized for its numerous international makeup and illegal activities, came beneath the scanner following connections established with Olaf Brinkmann. Brinkmann stands accused because the ringleader in the grotesque Mack homicide, where Mack’s dismembered body was hidden in a freezer in Chonburi’s Banglamung district.
Thomas Ginner, recognized because the chief of the ‘Outlaws’, was the prime focus of this operation. Among the items confiscated from Ginner were a Harley Davidson motorcycle and different private belongings connected with the Outlaw gang. While Ginner admitted his management function inside the gang, he denied any involvement within the Hans Peter Mack case or any connections with Brinkmann. Despite his claims, a search of Ginner’s house revealed proof suggesting he was planning to flee the nation, subsequently strengthening the police’s suspicion relating to his alleged criminal involvements.
Alongside Ginner, three foreigners have been also apprehended, linked with the ‘Outlaws’. German native Danny Rohde, American Daniel Thomas Toth and Swiss nationwide, Theodor Matis have been arrested in a home in Pattaya, charged with staying in the country illegally and violating visa circumstances. Four motorbikes and illicit substances found in Rohde’s possession were seized during the operation.
Speaking additional, Surachate famous, “Officials are revoking the visas of all the arrested suspects and are set to deport them from the Kingdom.” Additionally, Trade secret concerned shall be placed on a blacklist, successfully barring them from getting into Thailand in the future..

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