Cambodian Police Say Car in Thai Activist’s Abduction Had Fake Registration Plates

The Cambodian Police on Tuesday said a car allegedly involved in the abduction of a pro-democracy Thai activist was using fake vehicle registration plates, with a spokesperson saying the investigation had produced no leads so far.

At the same time, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Thailand on Tuesday said it was waiting for Cambodia to complete its investigation into the abduction of Wanchalearm Satsaksit, an activist who fled Thailand after the 2014 coup in Bangkok. The activist was part of the pro-democracy “Red Shirts” faction.

National Police spokesperson Chhay Kimkhoeun said that officials had looked into CCTV footage and found that a car in the video clips was using fake vehicle registration plates, but did not provide any additional details.

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