The Department of Special Investigation (DSIhas impounded the green Lamborghini sports car belonging to entertainment celebrity Dome Pakorn Lam for investigation.
DSI deputy director general Pol Col Korawat Panprapakorn confirmed the seizure of Dome's sports car and admitted that he was confused with another green Lamborghini car impounded earlier by DSI.
He said Dome thus far has cooperated with investigators and will be reporting to them to elaborate.
So far the DSI officials have retrieved 14 cars from among 42 cars which UK authorities reported stolen and exported to Thailand.
The remaining 28 stolen cars are being tracked by authorities.
Yesterday the DSI team discovered two more stolen luxury automobiles smuggled from the UK that were being stored at the Bangkok Free Trade Zone.
Officials from the DSI and the Customs Department carried out an inspection of the Bangkok Free Trade Zone in Bang Sao Thong district in Samut Prakarn province.
The action followed a tip-off that three sports cars were kept in a warehouse there and they might be stolen cars from the UK.
The 3 vehicles were discovered parked among other vehicles there and a check on the registration and engine numbers on the black Mercedes Benz GLE 350D and white Mercedes Benz C63 matched those supplied by the British National Vehicle Crime Intelligence Service (NAVCIS).
2 vehicles are reported to belong to a local importer while the third is a white Nissan GTR also reported stolen from the UK.
On top of this the DSI is also in the process of tracking down a further 2 vehicles also stolen from the UK, one of which is believed to have been exported to Hong Kong.
Attempts are underway to have the two vehicles returned to Thailand.
Source: Thai Public Broadcasting Service (Thai PBS)