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15 January 2015 :: 08:01:27 am 96985

Mitsubishi Pajero Car Driver Not The Killer

An entrapped Mitsubishi Pajero car driver is not the one that crashes into a Pattaya police to death.
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Upon the case that Pol.Lt. Pradit Srisuwan, aged 55- a traffic inspector of Pattaya police station, Chon Buri province, was hit by a black Mitsubishi Pajero car (did not know a license number) from behind killing him instantly while he was going to his post at a police box. The Incident occurred on Sukhumvit road, entrance route to Pattaya, on the way between north Pattaya and central Pattaya nearby the motorway intersection, Moo 6 Tambon Na Kluea, Amphur Banglamung, Chon Buri province,on the night of January 6, 2015 during which a black Mitsubishi Pajero car driver fled the scene of the accident immediately. Later police stopped a suspicious car at an area of Ban Nong Kwae bridge intersection, on motorway road, entrance route to Bangkok, but initially a suspicious car driver who was a Thai man (did not reveal his name) had denied all allegations, he claimed that he just came back from his workplace and he did not know anything about this incident as the news reported previously.


PATTAYA – January 13, 2015 [Pattaya Daily News]; the latest update of this case, the journalist reported that Pol.Lt.Col. Shinnawat Srisawat (Deputy Superintendent of Crime Suppression Division, Pattaya city police station) revealed that a Mitsubishi Pajero car which police thought was responsible was not the one that crashed into Pol.Lt. Pradit Srisuwan , following CCTV inspection of the fatal incident.


On inspection of the door of Mitsubishi Pajero car (at passenger side), the police identified the damage to the car was from a different accident and not the fatal accident that had killed Pol.Lt. Pradit Srisuwan.


The police have set a reward of 100,000 THB for anyone who informs then on the whereabouts of the black Mitsubishi Pajero responsible for the accident. Eyewitnesses confirmed the vehicle responsible was a black Mitsubishi Pajero car but they could not remember its license number.

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