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19 June 2009 :: 13:06:39 pm 27707

Murdered Thai Prostitute Lay Undiscovered For Almost A Month

The dead body of a murdered Thai sex-worker apparently lay undiscovered for almost a month in a house in the Auckland suburb of Western Springs, New Zealand.
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The alleged murderer, a New Zealander, reappeared in court on June 17, 2009, but his name was not revealed because of concerns over his mental state and the risk of his committing suicide.

Following a visit to the house by the landlord, Auckland Police were notified that there was a strange smell emanating from the house in Western Springs. The landlord had apparently first gone to visit the house as he was concerned about not having been paid rent by his tenant, Ms Vaikaew.

Following the landlord?s phone call, police went to investigate on May 12 and found the dead body of Nuttidar Vaikaew, 48, aka ?Sky? a Thai national resident in New Zealand. Police hypothesize that her body had lain undiscovered for almost a month, since April 17, when they estimate she was murdered.

Ms. Sky had plied her trade as a sex-worker, both from her house in Warwick St. Western Springs, Auckland and in the nearby city centre. She was known by the nickname “Sky” to customers. Police disclosed her name in the hope that previous customers would contact them; apparently, unlike in Thailand, it is not the norm to disclose the names of victims before the trial conclusion and committal.

The accused, as yet unnamed, was later discovered to have been having an on-and-off relationship with Ms. Sky before she was apparently murdered.

All that is known about the man who has been charged with Ms Vaikaew’s murder is that he is a 47-year-old computer programmer.

The reason for the judicial secrecy is because the accused?s lawyer, Nikolas Wintour, appealed for his client?s name to be suppressed until he had conferred with his client?s psychiatrist as he is concerned about his client?s mental health and is worried he might commit suicide and that releasing his name would increase that risk.

The accused made a brief reappearance in Auckland District Court yesterday, June 17, and was remanded in custody until June 24.

Avondale police Detective Sergeant, Jason McIntosh, is reported as saying that Avondale police would still like to speak to anyone who was a client of Miss Vaikaew during April this year, particularly in the period immediately prior to her death on April 17. He assures any individuals coming forward that all information will be treated as confidential.

Reporter : PDN staff   Photo : PDN staff   Category : World News

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