Authorities have arrested six people because of their alleged links to two illegal gambling sites. Investigators believe these suspects are connected with a criminal organization in Cambodia.

CCIB or Cyber Crime Investigation Bureau commissioner Pol Lt Gen Worawat Watnakhonbancha said previously that the arrests followed an investigation into two websites. These two websites are and The police said they were actively promoting online gambling.
He said both sites have about 10,000 members, and about 10 million baht pass through both sites each month.
CCIB investigators asked the Criminal Court after collecting enough evidence to issue warrants for the arrest of 12 individuals. Authorities deployed officers to search four locations in Lop Buri and Nonthaburi. In these, they managed to arrest six individuals.
They also apprehended five of the suspects at a luxury house in Nonthaburi. Authorities identified them only as Thienchai, 34; Wechpisit, 26; Chitrapat, 27; Thitapa, 27; and Chaturaphat, 27. Investigators said they were responsible for managing bets.
For the moment, authorities arrested Yuranan, 36, at a house in Lop Buri’s Phatthana Nikhom district. Investigators said he was managing bets placed in the area.
Police confiscated assets worth over 60 million baht. It includes five computers, six firearms with 184 rounds of ammunition, four cars, foreign currencies worth 480,000 baht, 5.67 million baht in cash, gold bars and different jewelleries valued at over 3 million baht, 29 brand-name bags, six luxury watches, title deeds for a house and 12 condominiums during the operation. This is along with eight bank books, 13 debit cards and mobile 19 mobile phones.
According to Pol Lt Gen Worawat Watnakhonbancha based on CCIB’s preliminary investigation, the gang enlisted the help of members’ relatives and close friends in Lop Buri. They are some of whom who are well-known and have connections to local politicians to conceal and launder proceeds from the sites. The police have discovered evidence of money transfers between these individuals.