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18 February 2013 :: 17:02:20 pm 71990

Thai Wife’s Body Found In East Pattaya Villa

The decaying body of a 44-year-old Thai woman who operated a Thai restaurant in Switzerland with her Pakistani husband was found in a Areeya Villa luxury home. She was apparently murdered. Her husband had earlier returned to Switzerland, while his elder brother and a friend stayed with her.
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BANGLAMUNG – February 17, 2013 [Pattaya Daily News]: at 5 p.m., a report by neighbors of a suspiciously bad smell coming from an Areeya Villa home was checked out by a police team, which included Pol. Maj. Gen. Katcha Thatusart, the commander of Chonburi police station; Pol. Somnuek Janket, the director of Nongprue police station; along with detective police officers of Nongprue police station; who later summoned forensic officers from the forensic department 2, Chonburi; and doctors from Banglamung hospital.

The crime scene was 1-story, 100-square-meter home located in Areeya Villa, moo7, Nongprue, Banglamung. Parked at the home was a black Toyota 4-door vehicle, red license plate number Kor 9119 Chonburi.

The police had to break open the front door to enter the house. Once inside, officers could smell the strong odor of something rotten in the house. There were 3 rooms in the house, and police found the body of a female in the right bedroom.

The body was lying in the bathroom floor fully clothed, wearing jeans and a white long-sleeved shirt. Her head had been struck with a hard object, which appeared to be the cause of death. Police estimated she had been dead not less than 5 days.

The victim was identified as Ms. Nonglak Chaloeychanya, 44 years old. The bedroom showed signs that a struggle had taken place, and the bedroom and bathrooms had been searched.

The remote control had blood stains, and attempts had been made to clean up blood on the bedroom and bathroom floors. But some residual bloodstains were still left on the floors. The mop that was used to clean the room was left on the victim’s body. At the end of the bed was a cloth that was also used to wipe the blood.

Police also found a pair of green cropped pants and a pair of slippers dropped beside the bed. The police collected samples of all the evidence, including all the bloodstains in the house.

Police questioned a neighbor who lives across the street, identified as Mrs. Orana Jungwongsuk, 53 years old, a house building contractor. She told the police that last week there were 2 Middle East men wearing white long robes who had visited the victim, and she had come outside to “wai.” Then they all went into the house, so she wasn’t curious.

Police later questioned the older sister of the victim, identified as Mrs. Malee Chaloeychanya, 54 years old, who lives in Samutprakarn. She told police that she last contacted her sister a week ago. She said her younger sister normally does not live in Thailand, because she has a Pakistani husband, and they operate a Thai restaurant in Switzerland.

The couple had earlier come to Thailand to stay for 3 months in the Areeya villa house. The Paskistani husband had earlier left to return to Switzerland, while Ms. Nonglak stayed behind. She had been scheduled to leave on February 19.

Mrs. Malee last spoke to her sister a week ago, when her sister called to say not to worry, because her Pakistani husband had sent his elder brother to stay with her while he was gone. However, Mrs. Malee said the husband’s elder brother did not get along with her sister, because he was always nosy about her personal business and properties, and they had quarreled before.

So she wanted the police to solve the case and prosecute the killer. After gathering all the evidence and interviewing people, the police speculated that the killer must be acquainted with the victim, and might be the elder brother of her husband. The police plan to bring in the elder brother and the friend to investigate as soon as possible and accelerate efforts to arrest the killer.

Reporter : Tanasab   Photo : Tanasab   Category : Crime News

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