Four Bulgarians and a German accused of involvement in a multi-million Baht ATM card theft operation have been arrested by Pattaya Police. Mr. Stefan Nikolaev Savovski aged 38, Miss Diana Dianova Dimitrova aged 20, Miss Gergana Hristova Krekmanova aged 27 and Mr. Iliyan Aleksandrov Ininski aged 37, all from Bulgaria and Mr. Plamen Ivanov Hlebarov aged 45, originally from Bulgaria but travelling on a German Passport were arrested at an ATM in front of a 7-Eleven Convenience Store in Soi Potisampan in Naklua late on Thursday Night. They were caught with 33 ATM cards featuring banks from China, Finland, United Kingdom and Germany. They were taken to the Transnational Crime Suppression Center at Pattaya Police Station where it was determined the ATM cards were counterfeit and were believed to contain bank details of individuals who were tricked into giving over their account details through a website. The group was also in possession of Western Union Money Transfer tickets with the same recipient in Bulgaria. It was revealed the two couples and the German had come to Thailand on standard package holiday deals and were told to use the cards as much as possible. They were told to keep 30% of the proceeds and send the rest to the organizer of the operation in Bulgaria. Police Major General Jumnong, Chonburi Provincial Police Commander said in a press conference announcing the arrests, that further investigations are taking place in cooperation with Bulgarian Officials and for now all suspects have been charged with fraud pending Court proceedings.