Thai Police Conduct "VAPE OPERATION" to Crack Down on Sales

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Thai Police Conduct "VAPE OPERATION" to Crack Down on Sales
Thai police conducted a "VAPE OPERATION" special mission, dismantling 14 e-cigarette stores and warehouses selling to youth in Bangkok.

According to reports from Thai media, the Thai police carried out a special operation called "VAPE OPERATION," targeting and dismantling 14 e-cigarette shops and warehouses that were reportedly selling to teenagers and young people in various areas of Bangkok.


They discovered evidence proving that the store was selling e-cigarettes to teenagers, so they conducted a raid. The police's on-site investigation targeted 14 locations and an illegal smuggling point, leading to the arrest of 7 suspects. It is estimated that over 10,000 smuggled e-cigarette products worth over 3 million Thai baht were seized.


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