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Police look at cash rewards for information about illegal motorcycle racing

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A representative of the Royal Thai Police Office says they’re considering offering cash rewards for anyone providing information leading to the arrest of people involved in the promotion or participation in motorcycle racing on public roads and highways. Matichon Online reported the offer yesterday.

Royal Thai Police are discussing the legal ramifications about the offer of cash rewards for information about the illegal motorcycle and motorbike racing but are aiming to implement them in September.

Police say the identity of anyone who provides information on illegal motorcycle racers will remain anonymous.

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