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25 March 2008 :: 13:03:20 pm 11685

Berserk Butcher Hacks Victim To Death For His Gold In Sriracha

On March 24, 2008, a butcher, who was hard-pressed to pay off his football gambling debts, spied a man wearing a gold necklace in a Sriracha petrol station toilet and threatened him with butcher‘s knife, demanding his necklace. The victim resisted and was subsequently hacked to the death.
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At 18.00, yesterday, Mr. Chartree Bpukaew (29) notified Sri Racha Police that he had witnessed a criminal stab and hack a man to death in a Jet petrol station toilet, inbound to Pattaya from Sriracha. The victim, Mr. Bandit Kachawong (31), from Tungmahamek, Bangkok. who was a staff member of an interior company, had come by Toyota Vigo truck to the petrol station.

The assailant, Nares Bpanus-amporn (29), following his frenzied attack, apparently removed Mr. Bandit’s necklace and made his getaway in a grey Hundai, heading towards Laem Chabang. A combined police team from Sri Racha and Laem Chabang Police forces managed to arrest Bpanus-amporn, a butcher, living on Koh Jan, Chonburi with the evidence of two choppers, a 30 gram gold necklace and a Buddha image in a gold frame. His shirt was covered in blood stains.

Bpanus-amporn confessed that he had football gambling debts of Bt.20,000 baht , which he was having difficulty paying off. On his way to Pattaya to borrow money from a friend, he stopped at the petrol station toilet. He saw Mr. Bandit wearing a shiny gold necklace, on the way into the toilet, then went back to his car to get the chopper, intending to rob the victim. Mr. Bandit resisted, however, so he used the knife to hack Mr. Bandit to death, then removed the gold necklace and drove away.

After Bpanus-amporn’s confession, Laem Chabang Police handed over the case to Sri Racha Police to take the matter further.

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Crime News

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