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Man stuffed in suitcase murder: Another bag could contain his missing wife - Pattaya connection

 

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Daily News reported that there were major developments in the case of a Chinese national found dead trussed up in a suitcase in the Ping River in Kamphaeng Phet earlier in the week. 

 

While precise details are sketchy there is rampant speculation, notes Thaivisa. 

 

What is known so far is that Wang Jun, 30, was the man found on a sandbank inside a suitcase. He drowned - police have confirmed after an autopsy that he was alive inside the case when he was thrown in the river. 

 

Earlier reports said two men were seen throwing things in the river.

 

His wife is missing. She is thought to be inside one of three more cases that police divers are searching for. They are searching in a 5 kilometer radius from where the first bag washed up.

 

A driver of a van has been interviewed though he gave imprecise details. He said that four bags were tossed in three separate locations though he wouldn't or couldn't say where. 

 

Police think that three people are involved in the case. Two arrest warrants are being prepared. 

 

The media reported that these were foreigners though Thais might also be involved. 

 

Victim Wang Jun had a history of making frequent trips to the Mae Sot area of Tak near the Myanmar border. 

 

There was no record of him having crossed the border. 

 

Bloodstains have been found in a rented town house in Pattaya though the victim was not hurt before he was tossed in the river. Fingerprints taken from the house are being examined. 

 

The police are as yet unsure what transpired in Pattaya. 

 

Police cannot be sure if Jun's wife is dead or alive but there are fears she has also been murdered. 

 

Source: Daily News

 

 

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A driver of a van has been interviewed though he gave imprecise details. He said that four bags were tossed in three separate locations though he wouldn't or couldn't say where. 

 

Umm best guess he is lying charge him with littering at least🤔 

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1 hour ago, mercman24 said:

STOP GUESSING, that would help,

Why? Are people not allowed an opinion or to think about events? These kind of responses telling people not to formulate theories are ridiculous. 

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49 minutes ago, lanng khao said:

Reports are no lawyers are involved, they said the case wasn't strong enough...

I see what you did there.....🙂

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An interesting case...my own hunch is boiler room dispute. Though it may be connected to the large group of Chinese working across the border along from Mae Sot.

 

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2 hours ago, Bluespunk said:

That is a horrible way to die. 

That thought came to my mind and I totally agree.

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"Bloodstains have been found in a rented town house in Pattaya though the victim was not hurt before he was tossed in the river"

Maybe from his missing wife??

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