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30 March 2014 :: 10:03:21 am 83535

Iranian Murderer Flees to Thailand

An Iranian who is wanted for murder in Dubai has fled to Thailand. Dubai officials believe he is trying to escape to Malaysia via Thailand so Thai officials have stepped up security at all border check points to hunt for the man.
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SONGKHLA – March 29, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News]; Pol.Col. Karn Tharmmakasem (Superintendent of Songkhla Immigration Bureau) and Pol.Capt. Seksan Ong-art (Deputy Inspector) together with forces of Songkhla Immigration police team had inspected every vehicle that has travelled outside Thailand in order to find a Mr. Rahmat Asadi, aged 32, Iranian nationality, who is a transnational criminal and wanted for murder. He had travelled to Thailand by plane via the immigration station of Suvarnnabhumi airport, flight no. TKD068, at 3.27 p.m., on March 26, 2014.

Pol.Col. Karn said that after Dubai officials had coordinated with Thai officials to assist in the arrest of the Iranian defendant due to he had murdered a businessman in Dubai and then fled to Thailand. This defendant is a world murderer who specializes in every type of murder and he might be involved in terrorism. The officers thought that he may travel to Malaysia through Thailand via the is Sa-dao border because it is opens at 5.00 a.m. to 11.00 p.m. and there are so many tourists trying to pass the check point so he may be able to blend in . Upon inspecting the journey information of every border checkpoints all over the country, the officers found that Mr. Rahmat Asadi is still in Thailand and has not travelled outside Thailand in the normal path which the officers assumed that he may have travelled.

Moreover, the officers also handed out the photograph of Mr. Rahmat Asadi to every checkpoint of the Thailand and Malaysia borders in Songkhla, Yala and Narathiwat provinces which he may use to exit Thailand, but at the moment he is still on the run.

Category : Thailand News

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