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Police say mutilated corpse found in Ayutthaya could be “white skinned” foreigner
 
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Police in Ayutthaya are investigating after the torso of a man was found in one district and the legs and arms in another.
 
But the head is still missing.
 
They say it could be a Thai or a foreigner - they have no missing person's report yet.
 
All motives are on the table as a large task force has been assembled to handle the case.
 
A tips hotline has been set up.
 
Wang Noi police were first called after a man's torso was found in an area of a deserted housing estate leading to a brick factory.
 
The arms and the legs and the head were missing. He was thought to be aged about 25-30.
 
Though 30% burnt in a fire ignited to conceal evidence the police say he was white skinned suggesting he may be a foreigner.
 
Then Bang Pa-In police found burnt legs and arms by the side of route 347 (Pathum Thani to Bang Pahan Road) in Bang Pahan district. 
 
Pol Col Chainarong Somphroh organised a video conference to handle the case before telling the press that no head had been found and no missing person's report had been received. 
 
DNA tests were being carried out with the expectation that the parts belonged to the same man.
 
Later yesterday region 1 deputy commander Maj-Gen Suphathee Bunkhrong said that the complex case would be investigated by seven separate units.
 
This included an immigration unit as there is a feeling this could be a foreigner because of the white skin, he said.
 
Witnesses had reported a fire at 10pm on Sunday night. The man was 160-165 cms tall. 
 
All CCTV on the route between the remains is being studied. 
 
Police are keen for tips particularly about a missing person and have established a hotline on 06 2271 6711. 
 
More about this as we hear of it. 
 
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Gonna go with suicide on this one.

Well that's that solved then----thank you Sherlock , now lets move on to Amelia Earhart..............

Well, that cuts it down !

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1 minute ago, RichardColeman said:
5 hours ago, webfact said:

They say it could be a Thai or a foreigner

Well, that cuts it down !

That's a fait accompli.

 

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3 hours ago, ukrules said:

I'm told this is not a foreigner but a Thai, says the Mrs who's watching the news.

 

Also, they found the head today.

White skinned but with 160-165 cm height i would be surprised if its a farang.

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4 hours ago, Gecko123 said:

Poor planning on disposal of body parts suggests lack of premeditation. Great effort made to conceal identity (removal of head, burning of arms/legs) suggests perpetrator knew that there was a high risk that if body is identified, suspect(s) would also be quickly identified. Failure to anticipate that identity can be confirmed through DNA link with relatives, suggests lack of criminal sophistication and probable low educational level of perpetrator.

 

If it was a drug deal gone bad, with only transient relationship between victim and perpetrator, need to conceal identity of victim wouldn't be that high. I'm thinking victim was offed for financial gain by known close associate, probably a romantic partner who had help disposing of body from family members or friends.

 

lol.case solved.

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9 minutes ago, herwin1234 said:

White skinned but with 160-165 cm height i would be surprised if its a farang.

Wasn't that guesstimate after they'd found the legs; before they'd found the head though?

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I hope the perpetrators will one day be judged for their inhumane acts.

 

 

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5 hours ago, Gecko123 said:

Poor planning on disposal of body parts suggests lack of premeditation. Great effort made to conceal identity (removal of head, burning of arms/legs) suggests perpetrator knew that there was a high risk that if body is identified, suspect(s) would also be quickly identified. Failure to anticipate that identity can be confirmed through DNA link with relatives, suggests lack of criminal sophistication and probable low educational level of perpetrator.

 

If it was a drug deal gone bad, with only transient relationship between victim and perpetrator, need to conceal identity of victim wouldn't be that high. I'm thinking victim was offed for financial gain by known close associate, probably a romantic partner who had help disposing of body from family members or friends.

 

It could have been suicide?

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