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06 July 2009 :: 14:07:11 pm 8946

Body Of Brutally Murdered Woman Found Dumped In Central Pattaya

On the 6th July 2009 the dead body of an unidentified Thai woman was found packed into a fertilizer bag, and dumped in some bushes in Central Pattaya. Police suspect the woman was murdered by someone who knew her well and a special team has been assigned to hunt down the killer(s).
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The body was discovered by a garbage collector, who immediately told a motorbike taxi to report to the police. Police were notified at 10:00 am, and under the leadership of investigator Police Lieutenant Colonel Sumran Kumwattana, a police team rushed to the scene, near the Pattaya Park Condo in Soi Nokkao, Moo 9, Central Pattaya. They were also joined by the Sawangboriboon foundation team and a medical team from the Banglamung hospital.

In a recycled chemical fertilizer bag, which is often used in crimes of this nature, police found a double black garbage bag which contained the body of an unknown Thai female aged 30 – 40. She was wearing a dark green blouse, red sport pants and black underpants. Her hair was coloured blonde and she was wearing a ring on her right ring finger. Her nails were painted red and she had a tattoo on her left ankle.

Her neck, wrists and ankles were tied with shoe-laces and she had multiple wounds covering her face and body. Police said this was a particularly brutal murder and she must have suffered terribly before she died. Police suspect that 2-3 people were involved in the attack, and Police Colonel Teerapol Jindaloung told reporters that she had been dead for about 1 week before being dumped in the bush.

This is a challenging case for the authorities and a special team has been set up to track down the killers. The police, however, have assured that they will clear up this case as soon as possible.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Crime News

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