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    Three Taiwanese women aged 22-44, including a mother and daughter, were arrested in Bangkok for being part of an alleged call scam, with 340,000 in cash and 700,000 baht more in their bank accounts. Pol Col Thongchai Yooket, a superintendent at the Crime Suppression Division, said on Friday that Chen Yi-Hsui, 27, Hsieh Yu-Han, 44, and her daughter Hsieh Yu-Chun, 22, were arrested on Lat Phrao Soi 87 in Wang Thonglang district Thursday evening while they were taking an unusually long time withdrawing money from an ATM.

    According to him, the three were part of a call scam gang which claimed to be government officials who were examining victims' bank accounts. Unsuspecting victims then transferred their money to wrongdoers' accounts by ATMs as they demanded bribes. Before the arrest, Siam Commercial Bank informed police that the three suspects had withdrawn money from many ATMs on Lat Phrao Road since Tuesday.

    At the time of the arrest, police found with the three Taiwanese women seven ATM cards, 340,000 baht in cash and 23 ATM slips. Police later seized their bank accounts and found about 700,000 baht more in them. Pol Col Thongchai linked the three suspects to recently arrested suspects of a Chinese and Taiwanese call scam. The three women confessed to the crime and police believed more gang members were at large, he said.

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