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Online plea as 14 year old Thai boy goes missing from Tokyo hotel

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Online plea as 14 year old Thai boy goes missing from Tokyo hotel

 

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Facebook user Yuwajitra Watchara-arpa appealed for help after a 14 year old boy went missing from a downtown Tokyo hotel on Monday night. 

 

Some 22 hours later after CCTV footage caught him wandering towards the lift at the Mercure Tokyo Ginza hotel no one has seen him, reported Thai Rath. 

 

The family arrived on Monday at 2pm and checked in. 

 

Thian Sukhanonsawat was seen on hotel CCTV at 11.35 pm.

 

He was wearing night clothes and hotel slippers. He is 162 cms tall and weighs 42 kilos. 

 

He had no jacket, no money, no phone and no ticket to go anywhere.

 

Police used sniffer dogs using the scent from his shoes but to no avail. 

 

The parents are appealing for help in finding their son. 

 

Source: Thai Rath

 

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Where were the parents when their son opened the door of the hotel room they were staying in ?? Since the boy didn’t have a jacket on and had hotel slippers on he probably wasn’t going too far. Hopefully some sick pervert didn’t abduct him into his/her room.

 

 

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1 minute ago, toenail said:

Where were the parents when their son opened the door of the hotel room they were staying in ?? Since the boy didn’t have a jacket on and had hotel slippers on he probably wasn’t going too far. Hopefully some sick pervert didn’t abduct him into their room.


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I would hope he's just walked off looking around and got lost. You rarely hear of those types in Japan, it's not pattaya.

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Latest : Missing Thai boy in Japan found dead

By The Nation

 

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The mother of a Thai teenage boy who went missing in Tokyo on Monday wrote on her Facebook wall that she has found her son but that he had passed away. 
 

Yuwajitra Watchara-arpa did not reveal the cause of the death of Tien Sukanonsawat, 14, on the social network, saying merely that he had passed peacefully from an “unexpected accident”.

 

The mother thanked everybody for helping to find her son. She however asked for privacy following his death, saying the family would not answer any queries or contacts.

 

Tien went missing on Monday night, not longer after he and his family arrived in Tokyo for a holiday His parents stayed in one room and their three children, Tien among them, shared another room.

 

After her mother found out that her son had gone missing, she alerted police and asked to see the hotel’s security video footage. 

 

CCTV footage showed the boy leaving the hotel room on the fifth floor in the middle of the night and walking towards an elevator in his night clothes and hotel slippers.

 

His mother turned to Facebook to seek help in locating her son. She said the boy had no money, mobile phone or transportation pass cards.

 

Her post went viral and was shared by many Facebook users including the Thai Embassy in Tokyo and the Thai communities in Japan.

 

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/national/30367812

 

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This must be a very worrying time for mum and hope the lad turns up safe and sound 🤔 

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Unexpected accident? elevator shaft? stairway fall? tossed out of a room?

Seems unlikely and they maybe want it not to taint his unadulterated life if misdeeds were the culprit. Too bad and feel for his parents hurt. 

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14 minutes ago, sammieuk1 said:

But sadly not RIP 🤔

 

Read the last article. The boy is dead. 

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