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13 January 2010 :: 19:01:30 pm 6736

Brutal Murder of Singaporian Near Pattaya

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..
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On arrival at a large piece of unused land near Prueksachai Village 5, Moo 1, Nongkam, Sriracha, police found the naked body of a man who was lying on the ground. His wrists and ankles had been tied together by nylon thread, whilst his neck had been tied tightly with a brown belt and wrapped around by his shirt and his face was covered in wounds.

Police found approximately 5 pairs of shoe prints around the area, a pair of grey Paradigm brand shorts was found on the ground near his body, whilst five metres away, a pair of yellow shorts was also found along with cigarette ends, sweets and an empty plastic bank book cover. More importantly was a passport which identified the man as Mr. Teo Ah Yau, [65], a Singaporean National.

Police checked with the information center and found discovered that Mr Teo Ah Yau had a Thai wife named Mrs. Orn-Anong Saetio, residing at T 407/140, Moo 3, Sriracha Land, Nongkam, Sriracha. The couple had been married at the registry office in Prayatai district, Bangkok in 1986.

Eye witnesses told police, that around midnight, a six wheeled van was seen driving round the area when a group of men came out of the van and a heavy argument ensued between a man and a woman. Not long after the noise had died down, the van took of.

In the morning, the victim’s body was found. After the Doctor had examined the body, Police revealed that the man died from a blow to the head with a hard item.

At 1.30 pm, Pol. Lt. Col. Nitwat Raksa Thampitak and Pol. Lt. Col.Teerayut Pinmeung Ngam from Chonburi searched Mr Teo Ah Yau’s house and found that a 21inch TV was missing, but there was no signs of fighting or foul play. Police also questioned the neighbours for more information

A second witness said he saw a man and a woman visiting Mr Teo Ah Yau at his home. They arrived on a red Fino motorbike without a registration plate, parking their bike approximately 10 metres from the house. The female went inside the victims house where an argument took place, but no fighting. Not long after, the witness saw the couple walking from the house carrying a black plastic bag with something inside. The witness continued by telling police that not long after, he saw Mr. Teo Ah Yau leave his house, and this was the last time he was seen until police informed him of his murder.

Pol.Lt.Col Niwat claimed the case was not too complicated and they only had to wait for more evidence before making an arrest.

14-01-2010

Follow-Up: Brutal Murderer Apprehended[1,789 views]

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.

16-01-2010

Shocking Brutal Murder Case Unravelled[1,225 views]

Following the recent arrest of two suspects involved with the brutal murder and robbery of a Singaporean businessman the police have now managed to successfully apprehend the third person involved in the case.

16-01-2010

Investigative Journalism: Insight into Singaporean’s Murder[425 views]

Friday the 15th of January 2010, I was awoken at 8:30am by an intriguing phone call from a Singaporean woman requesting that I help her translate to a motorbike taxi. She informed me that she was here in Thailand following the murder of a Singaporean businessman on the 13th of January.

Reporter : Yanwarrut   Photo : Yanwarrut   Category : Crime News

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