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14 January 2010 :: 10:01:30 am 6817

Follow-Up: Brutal Murderer Apprehended

On Wednesday the 13th of January 2010, a Singaporean businessman was found dead in Sriracha, near Pattaya. Police have now - following an intensive investigation - arrested two of the three culprits involved in the vicious attack.
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Sriracha, the 13th of January 2010 [Pattaya Daily News]: At approximately 7:30pm on Wednesday, police Lieutenant Colonel Teerayut Pinmeung Ngam (Chon-Buri Police Investigator) and Police Colonel Teerapol Jind Loung led a team of officers to a location in Sriracha that was believed to be the residence of the murder suspects involved in the death of the Singaporean businessman discovered earlier in the day.

When police arrived at the scene they stormed the residence, arresting Mr. Wirat Prook Suwan [47] and his wife Mrs. Benjamah Samurwong [29]. Both admitted – after interrogation – to having been involved in the murder, also claiming that there was a third man involved who was not present. The couple continue to maintain that the sole purpose of the attack was to steal the mans possessions and not to murder him.

At the residence police were able to recover some of the stolen goods, including; a 21in Samsung TV, CD player, a necklace and 3000 baht cash. The suspects have been arrested and taken into police custody. Officers will continue with the investigations in order to apprehend the third suspect and bring him before the courts. A reconstruction of the crime will take place at the scene of the murder at approximately 9:00am on Thursday the 14th of January.

Related News:

Singaporean Businessman Found Dead After Brutal Attack

At 08.30am on 13th January 2010, Police arrived at the scene of a crime in the vicinity of Sriracha, after receiving a report from Mr. Narong Angkarn, who found the body of a man near a house in the village..

Reporter : Yanwarrut   Photo : Yanwarrut   Category : Crime News

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