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Chonburi: Police admit that 21 people have disappeared without a trace in the last three years

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1 hour ago, talahtnut said:

My mate had a terrible wife, domineering

demanding, one Saturday morning he took

her to Tescos shopping, when she came

out with several bags of goods, he was

nowhere to be found. Never been found.

For many English blokes its a good plan.

 

 

Did he leave the country?  If not, how can he sleep at night, know there is a TM30 out there with his name and address on it?   🙂

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12 hours ago, webfact said:

21 people have disappeared without a trace

They will show up when caught for overstay, or found having taken up sky diving off a balcony.

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13 hours ago, blackcab said:

When people are buried and their identity is unknown, I wonder if a DNA sample is taken prior to burial?

 

If a national DNA register of deceased unidentified people was kept then it would be easy for relatives to be tested at a later date should they choose and the register to be checked.

 

In itself, this would probably clear up a few missing persons cases for not much money.

 

 

Should be easy for a world class police force and forensics unit such as Thailand has.

 

After all, they were recently boasting about finding the vaccine in very short time for Coronavirus.

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13 hours ago, blackcab said:

When people are buried and their identity is unknown, I wonder if a DNA sample is taken prior to burial?

 

If a national DNA register of deceased unidentified people was kept then it would be easy for relatives to be tested at a later date should they choose and the register to be checked.

 

In itself, this would probably clear up a few missing persons cases for not much money.

I'm not sure LOS is quite ready for such radical thinking.  

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11 minutes ago, Scouse123 said:

After all, they were recently boasting about finding the vaccine in very short time for Coronavirus.

You see, it worked.  Very few deaths in LOS.  Ye of little faith.  

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People lost at sea and murder 

 

There is about 1 % chance of then being alive

 

With out using an atm card a cell phone or leaving the country 

 

It is almost impossible to disappear without  a trace unless your trained goverment worker with access to multiple documents

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19 hours ago, Kerryd said:

People who died in their homes and were buried in a back field by families that couldn't afford a proper ceremony at a temple.

You have knowledge this happen? 

Or imagine? 

 

Generally speaking Thai not buried the body. Cremation. 

 

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20 minutes ago, Yinn said:

You have knowledge this happen? 

Or imagine? 

 

Generally speaking Thai not buried the body. Cremation. 

 


As you said - "generally speaking".

But remember that cremation usually also means everyone knows who died, and when, and maybe how. Temples are not supposed to cremate bodies "secretly".

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20 hours ago, Kerryd said:

A national DNA database and a national Missing Persons database. One would think they'd already have something like that in place, but, This Is Thailand so who knows ?

We all know... the answer is they don't.

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22 hours ago, webfact said:

another case the Thai police have failed to solve. 

They only solve cases which make it worth their while.

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18 hours ago, Bender Rodriguez said:

serial killer at work ?

Are you confessing?

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On 6/5/2020 at 11:10 AM, webfact said:

Then came his revelation about the number of people missing in the province that includes the world famous resort of Pattaya.

Amazing Trusted Thailand! Why don't the police produce a poster showing the missing persons (if photo available) and distribute it nationwide and/or on social media. May get a "starter for ten"!!

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22 hours ago, Jane Dough said:

Personally, I thought the figure was very low and rather suspicious in itself.

Why?

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22 hours ago, sanuk711 said:

I thought it a fantastically  low number.  Surely its not correct there must be hundreds more than that.

The UK is about the same population as Thailand , country near to the same size.....reported missing every year 180,000......(on a good year)

In Chonburi, not the entire country.

 

"Royal Thai police has admitted that 21 people - 15 men and 6 women - have disappeared without a trace in Chonburi"

 

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