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Pattaya Daily News

22 January 2010 :: 18:01:39 pm 9942

Meat Cleaver Double Murder Investigation Continues

The Police Forensic Pathology Department on Thursday opened the caskets of Mrs. Viphaporn Jaila [23] and her daughter Tharin Jitsanguansuk [2], the victims of a brutal double murder on the 18th of December 2009.
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Pattaya, the 21st of January 2010 [Pattaya Daily News]: At approximately 7:30am police Lieutenant General Atsawin Khaunmuang (Deputy Police Commisioner) ordered the Forensic Pathology Department to open the caskets of the two victims from the brutal double murder case and retrieve bone and tissue samples from the bodies. The deceased are laid to rest at the Bang Phraworawihan Temple in Bang Phra, Sriracha.


With the consent of Mr. Narakorn Jitsanguan [27] the husband and father of the two victims, Police Lieutenant Colonel Montree Rordpranee, Police Lieutenant Colonel Samrit Khunchit and Police Lieutenant Colonel Sirisak Wongwiwat along with a Forensic Pathologist proceeded to the temple where they opened the caskets of the deceased and took the required samples.

Whilst the caskets were being opened and the samples taken Mr. Jitsanguan, still morning the death of his wife and daughter, burned incense to cover the smell of the bodies and ask the souls to arise and aid in the criminal investigation to apprehend the violent murderer responsible for their death. The whole process took approximately 15 minutes at which point the forensic pathologist left the scene without providing the gathered media with a statement.

Following the release of a composite sketch of the murderer the police have been unsuccessful in their attempts to apprehend the criminal, however; it has been released that a reward of 200,000 baht will be given to the person responsible for providing evidence that leads to the arrest of the wanted man.

If you have any information that may be helpful in aiding this ongoing police investigation please contact: Police Lieutenant Colonel Montree Rordpranee – 081 753 5736 or Police Lieutenant Colonel Sirisak Wongwiwat – 086 342 9276.

Reporter : Yanwarrut   Photo : Yanwarrut   Category : Crime News

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