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Murder victim in suitcase: He is Chinese and came with a group of 15 that stayed in Pattaya

 

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Police in Kamphaeng Phet have determined that the man found stuffed in a suitcase that washed aground on a sandbank in the Ping River is a Chinese national. 

 

He was named as 30 year old Jun Wang. 

 

He was found in Lan Dorkmai sub-district, Muang district of Kamphaeng Phet in the north of Thailand..

 

His feet were tied by plastic cable ties and his arms and body were secured by rope. There were reports that two men were seen dumping two bags from a bridge about 500 meters away.

 

Pol Maj-Gen Damrong Petrapong of Region 6 police met with investigators yesterday to discuss developments. 

 

CCTV indicates that a minivan was involved and that the van was likely rented by a Chinese person. Where it came from is not yet known. 

 

The victim came into Thailand on February 12th in a group of 15 people who stayed in Pattaya. 

 

The movements of the group were described as "not normal".

 

The rest of the group are believed to have gone back to China on the 14th. 

 

Investigations continue. 

 

Daily News published two pictures of the deceased taken from his passport and a latest photo that appeared to be at an immigration counter. 

 

Source: Daily News

 

 

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Hmmmm, inside job....😧

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The perfect dumping ground, that is until the body surfaced in the bag.

 

I hope it was a quick death. RIP

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With thunders of thousands of Chinese running around this country, go figure who's is a tourist and who's not and it's not unthinkable that many of them are not here just for the Thai food and sunny beaches...

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He packed his bag

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5 hours ago, webfact said:

The movements of the group were described as "not normal".

Means that they visited beer bars and gogos?

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5 hours ago, webfact said:

The movements of the group were described as "not normal".

Must have been on a group tour from the Chinese Department 

of Funny walks.

regards worgeordie

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4 hours ago, 4MyEgo said:

The perfect dumping ground, that is until the body surfaced in the bag.

 

I hope it was a quick death. RIP

Why is it a perfect dumping ground?

 

OK , The river around that "island" was dredged about 10 years ago to remove silt and improve river flow but it was always gonna get caught up some where there ...The next bridge down would have been better. Faster river flow and less eyes...

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56 minutes ago, Jeremia Juxtaposed said:

Why is it a perfect dumping ground?

 

OK , The river around that "island" was dredged about 10 years ago to remove silt and improve river flow but it was always gonna get caught up some where there ...The next bridge down would have been better. Faster river flow and less eyes...

It was a figure of speech, i.e. go on holidays with your mates, leave one behind, if you were going to get rid of him, any questions, all anyone would have to say is, we last saw him when he went to go back to the hotel.

 

I mean, no one would ask about him in Thailand because they wouldn't know he was missing, back in China it would be hard to investigate, probably fell in love and decided to stay, another overstayer as far as Thailand would be concerned, people disappear all the time overseas.

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