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27 March 2008 :: 22:03:15 pm 11662

Pregnant Woman And Thai Boyfriend Involved In Pattaya Killing Of One-Legged Finn Identified

Pattaya police have arrested Miss Nipaporn Phuto for her involvement in the killing of Mr. Erkki Aal Tonen, the one-legged Finn, in Jomtien Grand Condotel on March 25. Miss Nipaporn, however, claimed that her Thai boyfriend was the actual assailant in the murder. He has since vanished
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Miss Nipaporn, nicknamed Ann (26), a 6-months pregnant woman, from Taklee, Nakornsawan province, told Pattaya Police that she was a regular playmate of Mr. Tonen and was well looked after. She said that the deceased would regularly partake of her sexual favours every time his wife was away. On the night of murder, her boyfriend, Mr. Pakpum Bpo-eam, nicknamed Ed, (26), from Sra-bode, Lopburi province. had taken her to Mr. Tonen’s apartment and waited for her outside, while the couple made love.

While Mr. Tonen was having a shower after their sex session, her boyfriend entered and started to search the room. Mr. Tonen emerged from the shower to find Ed ransacking the room, searching for items to steal. On seeing Mr. Tonen, Ed reacted by attacking him with a wooden chair and then frenziedly stabbed the Finn up to 50 times. 

            

            Miss Nipaporn had heard what was happening and then rushed out of the bathroom. Being in a desperate hurry, she grabbed one of Mr. Tonen’s shirts to put on, abandoning her bra and underwear. Before leaving, however, she took a mobile phone, 3,000 baht cash and some other property with her. Both Miss Nipaporn and Mr. Pakpum rode away after attacking and robbing Mr. Tonen. Fortunately, Pattaya Police discovered their pictures on the Condo CCTV, which led to her subsequent arrest.

            On 27th March 2008, at 6 pm, Pol.Col Bpairat Supasawas, Deputy Commissioner, of Chonburi, Pol.Col. Nopadol Wongnom, Pattaya Superintendent and Pol.Maj. Chalermkiet Tienthongsri, the investigating officer, jointly declared the arrest of Miss Nipaporn Phuto. Evidence collected included, a blue polo-type shirt belonged to the deceased, a knife and a mobile phone.

An arrest warrant has been issued for Pakpum, who has since vanished, but Pattaya Police are confident that he will soon be apprehended and brought to justice.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Crime News

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