Thailand Authorities Raid E-Cigarette Store, Seize $13,000 Worth of Products

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Thailand Authorities Raid E-Cigarette Store, Seize $13,000 Worth of Products
Thailand authorities seize over $13,000 worth of illegal e-cigarettes in coordinated raid, leading to shop owner's prosecution.

According to a report from Thai media channel CH7 on March 22, the Office of Consumer Protection Board (OCPB) in Thailand, in conjunction with local police, conducted a raid on a large e-cigarette store and confiscated e-cigarettes worth over 5 million Thai baht (approximately $13.7 thousand USD).


The deputy director of the committee, Lertsak Raktham, has ordered a nationwide search after more than 10,000 illegal e-cigarettes, valued at over 5 million Thai baht (13.7 thousand US dollars), were found at an e-cigarette store in Chumphon province today (March 22nd).


Currently, the shop owner involved in the case has been charged.


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