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22 January 2011 :: 16:01:56 pm 49167

Semi Naked Body of Woman Discovered in Center of Pattaya

An unidentified semi naked decomposing body of a woman has been found tied to a Tamarind tree in the bushes behind Soi Buakao.
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Pattaya, 21st January 2011 [Pattaya Daily News]: At 17.45 Police Lieutenant Phumiphan Namphutha, investigations official of the Pattaya Police Station, received information about the discovery of a body in the bushes near a football pitch behind the ‘Made in Thailand’ market at Soi Buakao in the center of Pattaya, Moo 9 Nongbure, Banglamung, Chonburi. Police Lieutenant Phumiphan Namphutha, along with Police General Nantawut Suwanlaorng, Police Lieutenant Krisakorn Thonginn, Police Major Wisarut Songhong, an investigation team and the rescue foundation, rushed to the scene.

On arrival, they found a circle of footballers, who had heard about the incident and gone over to take a look. The officials removed the crowd that had gathered, in order that any evidence would not be lost or contaminated. The decomposing body of a woman was found under a Tamarind tree in the bushes wrapped in a green and white striped shirt, lying faced down on the ground while still tied to the tree.

The woman was wearing a tight black shirt but the bottom half of her body was in a state of undress. Her wrists were tied together with a length of dark blue nylon rope while her head was covered with a Thai flag that had been tied tightly. A grey T-shirt was found near the body, while blood was found on a nearby wall. The woman is thought to have died 2-3 days ago.

Marks on the ground, showed the body had been dragged through the undergrowth before being dumped. A pair of stilettos, ladies briefs and a brown handbag was discovered at the scene, along with the wrapping of a condom and a pornographic DVD cover which have been kept as evidence. There were no documents of identity on or around the body.

The man who discovered the body, Mr. Praiwan Thongonrn, aged 42, told police that he and his team mates were playing football when the owner of the restaurant next door to the football ground, Mr. Kitichet, asked them for their help in locating the cause of a pungent smell that had been hanging around for the last three days. Mr. Praiwan, assumed he would find a dead cat, but as he neared the Tamarind tree by the wall, he saw a shirt that appeared to be covering something. As he removed the item, he was shocked at his discovery at which time he notified the police.

Police General Nantawut Suwanlaorng said, it is assumed that the woman was either strangled or had her head brutally smashed against the wall until she died, before being tied to the tree and having her pants removed. It has not yet been established whether the woman had been raped or not, but her body has been sent to the Institute of Forensics in the Police Hospital for autopsy and identification in order to proceed further with their investigations.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Crime News

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