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22 January 2014 :: 14:01:45 pm 81632

Two Young Boys Found Decapitated On A Railway Line

Two young boys have been found decapitated on a railway line in Korat. The mysterious deaths might be to cover up a murder or it was a game that went tragically wrong. The bodies were sent for a post mortem to find the real cause.
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Nakhon Ratchasima, January 21, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News]: at 10:00 , Pol.Lt.Col. Pitsanu Kongtongnork, specialist detective officer, Muang Nakhon Ratchasima police station, was notified that there were 2 bodies on the raiway, Nakhon Ratchasima-Khonkaen route, Khoingam, moo 8, Muang, Nakhon Ratchasima, near Bankoh, Muang, so he went to the crime scene with Sawang metta foundation rescuers, and doctors of the shift of Maharaj Nakhon Ratchasima hospital.

The deceased were 2 male that had been decapitated and had been dead for approximately 2 days. The first victim was a 4-6 years old boy who was lying on the side of the railway line. He had sustained impact wounds to his legs, hands and feet. The other was a 9-13 years old who had sustained massive impact damage to his body also his head was missing which wasn’t found. The bodies and the body parts were sent to for an autopsy.

From the initial investigation the police did not know who the deceased were and where they came from. The police think that they might have been killed and carried there as a cover up because they were both decapitated like they were laid down on the rail line on purpose, but it could also of been a game that had gone tragically wrong.

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