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Pattaya Daily News

12 May 2010 :: 16:05:55 pm 20246

3 Men Slain in Brazen Daylight Shooting Near Pattaya

Two men have been found dead and one critically injured in a brazen daylight shooting incident near Pattaya on Tuesday. It is as yet unknown why the incident, at a small mechanics workshop in Sriracha, occurred, however local residents suspect it was over an alleged drug dealing network that was coordinated by the owner of the aforementioned business.
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Sriracha, the 11th of May 2010 [Pattaya Daily News]: At approximately 3:30pm on Tuesday, police Lieutenant Colonel Suphon Phornprasertphon received notification of a double homicide at a small mechanics workshop in Sriracha. Two men had already been transported to the hospital by local residents before a team of investigative officers arrived at the scene to investigate the incident.

At the scene, a single story mechanics workshop attached to a block of units, police found the deceased body of Mr. Mana Saengdit [35] who had died at the scene suffering from two gunshot wounds to the chest and one to the neck. Medical examiners from the Ao-Udom hospital examined the body before transporting him to the Forensic Science Institute for autopsy. Inside the workshop police discovered a large amount of blood covering the floor where the other two victims, including the owner of the shop, had been shot several times each before being transported to the hospital.

It was later revealed to reporters that the other two victims were Mr. Sittichai Permrungrueng [30] the shop owner, who had been shot twice in the chest and once in the neck and Mr. Suratree Wongmee [19] who had been shot in the head and neck. Mr. Permrungrueng died on the way to hospital as a result of his injuries whilst Mr. Wongmee had been temporarily transported to the Ao-Udom hospital before being sent to the better equipped Chon-Buri Hospital, where he remains in a critical condition.

Officers interrogated Mr. Phornchai Roopsoong [65], owner of the adjacent business, who stated that he and a Mr. Mana Saengdit, a customer, had heard several gunshots before proceeding to investigate outside. Mr. Roopsoong explained that several more gunshots were heard coming from the mechanics workshop of Mr. Permrungrueng before they witnessed an unidentified black pickup speeding away from the scene. Accordingly the pair investigated the scene to find the three victims, alerting police before transporting the two alive but seriously wounded men to hospital.

Police Major General Niwat Rattanathammawat (Region 2 Deputy Police Commissioner) explained that further investigations revealed that Mr. Permrungrueng had been involved with some precarious illegal business activities outside of his mechanics workshop whilst he has also been descrided as a ‘ladies man.’ Police as such speculate that the brazen attack may have been a result of his illegal operations or an enraged husband/boyfriend whose partner had been found to be having intimate relations with the deceased. The two other victims, both workers at the mechanics shop, are believed to have been shot for being witnesses to the murder of Mr. Permrungrueng.

Investigations into the brazen murders will continue with Region 2 police chiefs and the Chon-Buri police commissioner also on the case.

Reporter : Yanwarrut   Photo : Yanwarrut   Category : Crime News

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