Police have arrested three men in connection with the theft of a $200 million vehicle in Phoenix Park last week.
The theft of the car took place at the car wash at Phoenix Park, which was closed after the floods, at around 8pm on Sunday.
Police arrested a 36-year-old man from South Sydney, and a 23-year old man from Sydney.
The men, who have been remanded in custody, face charges of car theft, theft over $5,000 and theft over the limit.
Phoenix Park is located in Phoenix Heights, a suburb of Phoenix where there are no houses and residents are not allowed to walk their dogs.
There was a large police presence at the site at the time.
In a statement, the City of Phoenix said it is committed to improving the safety of all Phoenix Park residents.
“The City of Phuket has implemented a new Code of Practice and will be undertaking a thorough investigation of the incident and will take appropriate action,” it said.
It also said that “the police will be in contact with the owners of the vehicle and with the owner’s family and representatives”.
Police were called to the car-wash after the theft was reported to them.
The owners of two vehicles were arrested at the scene and later released without charge.