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Missing Brit expat and Thai wife: Media says digging will resume today as fears deepen

 

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Alan Hogg, 64, and his wife Nott, 61, are seen with their brand new pick-up truck which was taken //(Image: Viral Press) Mirror

 

Fears are deepening that the Phrae couple missing since last Wednesday have been murdered. 

 

Thai media reported that police will resume a search of their property this morning amid fears they are buried there.

 

Unconfirmed reports suggest that the brother of Nott Suddaen, 61, hired three men to murder her and Alan Hogg, 64. 

 

Mr Hogg, originally from Scotland who had lived in Australia, was reportedly shot by a duck coop. 

 

His wife was then hammered to death in a garage, the reports said. 

 

Bloodstains were earlier found in that area that someone had tried to clear up. 

 

Police had already used a backhoe to dig an area without success. 

 

Three men reportedly in custody are to show police this morning where to start digging.

 

Nott's brother Warut Ratanasatjakit has reportedly fled bail after he paid someone 3,000 to sell the couple's white Ford pick-up that has been found. The latter information was reported by TV Channel 3.

 

He allegedly paid 50,000 for the couple to be murdered after long term disputes.

 

Media around the word are calling the missing couple millionaires. 

 

UK media The Telegraph  reported that the couple's 31 year old Daughter Robyn had arrived in Thailand. 

 

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Picture: Siam Rath

 

Siam Rath said that she was in the company of a German family friend acting as interpreter when taken to her parent's property by police. 

 

The Daily Mirror in the UK reported that Mr Hogg was originally from Scotland. 

 

Those said to be in custody over the incident have yet to be named by police. 

 
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So he's been shot and the wife was hammered to death.i said earlier that it would be a gruesome killing.savages is the only word I can say.killed for 50,000b for christs sake.they kept themselves to themselves and it was a family feud which probably means the brother was demanding money as they seem to be very rich in Thailand.i live in the jungle and have many properties and sit here wondering if this thing could happen to me.i very much doubt it but I bet these two victims thought that too.

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Thank God i have a lovely Thai family , never ever had a moments problems ,in fact they have always been the ones who have "given" rather than taken .

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5 minutes ago, bert bloggs said:

Thank God i have a lovely Thai family , never ever had a moments problems ,in fact they have always been the ones who have "given" rather than taken .

Yeah that's they way people describe a dog before it attacks the family baby! Poor bloke probably thought the family actually like him as well.

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Just now, happy chappie said:

Funny but the timings not right.maybe after the bodies have been found.poor bugger was probably tending to his ducks and didn't even know it was coming.the horror of his wife being hammered to death is sickening.what a beautiful life the couple seemed to have and all taken away for nothing but some greedy brother/family and 3 savages by the reports coming in.

No time like the present. This happens every day in Thailand. It just happens to involve a farang this time.

 

Ask @MrJerome

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This would be a job for a cadaver dog,BUT does Thailand have such dogs,

if not they should have,more effective than stumbling around digging holes

everywhere.

 

They have drug sniffing dogs at Chiang mai Airport,and one day it was

going crazy over a passengers bag,the handler opened the bag ,expecting

to find couple Kgs of drugs,only to find 2 Kgs sausages !,the dog was very

hungry,as it was reported the upkeep for the dogs was 12 THB a day for food.

 

Out on bail, and the "mastermind" has done a runner,prime suspect,was there

not an option to keep him in custody for 7 days,until investigations were made.

regards  worgeordie

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Very sad for the young daughter, to have lost her parents in such a cruel way, but it seems that the Police has already solved the case.

Now it should be a matter of hours before they find the bodies.

 

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Removed some troll posts and the replies to them.

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I tell my friends here never be worth more dead that alive. They always look incredulous and say my wife would never kill me. And I say it is not your wife you have to worry about but that cousin you met one time at your wedding.

 

 

 

 

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what kind of sick **** pays to have his own sister bludgeoned to death.

feel bad for their daughter and hope they catch that rat real quick.

they pretty much knew he was at least involved in what would probably be murder and let him out on bail!

rtp do a good job sometimes but always seem to manage to screw something up.

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4 minutes ago, Happy enough said:

what kind of sick **** pays to have his own sister bludgeoned to death.

feel bad for their daughter and hope they catch that rat real quick.

they pretty much knew he was at least involved in what would probably be murder and let him out on bail!

rtp do a good job sometimes but always seem to manage to screw something up.

I would not jump to conclusions yet, it seems likely that the brother is the mastermind behind the murders, and it seems likely that the Police will catch him.

Or at least i hope so.

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1 minute ago, mauGR1 said:

I would not jump to conclusions yet, it seems likely that the brother is the mastermind behind the murders, and it seems likely that the Police will catch him.

Or at least i hope so.

i'm sure they'll have him within a few days

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So the master mind was in custody, got bail, jumped bail

It was clear he was inside the property and stole the car after the "disappearance" - so suspicion he knew at least that they were not there

If that's not reason enough to keep him in custody until the case was resolved- I don't know

 

I would expect legal action to be taken against these police

 

 

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