MURDERED TAIWANESE BODY FOUND IN A SUVARNABHUMI AREA

On February 25, 2024, the body was discovered in a one-story abandoned home at 4 Suvarnabhumi Road, surrounded by vegetation.

Feb 26, 2024 - 18:26
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MURDERED TAIWANESE BODY FOUND IN A SUVARNABHUMI AREA

MURDERED TAIWANESE BODY FOUND IN A SUVARNABHUMI AREA

SUVARNABHUMI: In Suvarnabhumi Soi 4, Nong Prue Subdistrict, Bang Phli District, Samut Prakan Province, a dead body was discovered in an abandoned storefront across from the sewage treatment plant. This information was reported to Lieutenant Colonel Uten Phrabphim at the Suvarnabhumi Airport Police Station.

On February 25, 2024, the body was discovered in a one-story abandoned home at 4 Suvarnabhumi Road, surrounded by vegetation.

Upon inspection, they found a pair of black cloth gloves that had fallen on the front and blood stains at the entrance of the said store. Inside, there were traces of blood where the perpetrator had dragged the body inside and submerged it. There were also blood stains on the floor and scattered in various bags.

Inside, they found the body of an unidentified man, suspected to be of Chinese or Japanese descent, covered in colourful tattoos. He was wearing a black round-neck shirt with the letters “ASPA”. He had a gold ring with silver patterns on his right little finger and another gold ring on his left middle finger. No documents were found on his person, only a total of 3,181 baht in cash.

The body showed gunshot wounds to the head, two on the left side and one on the right, indicating that he had been dead for at least five hours. Police officers cordoned off the scene to prevent unauthorized access so that the coroners and medical staff could investigate the case.

Video footage from the airport shows a red Mazda sedan circling near the crime scene several times before turning into the aforementioned store and then reversing towards the Romklao highway before leaving at 7.30 a.m.

During questioning, Mr. Dirak, a janitor at the airport who discovered the body, stated that he was on his way to lunch when he found the body in the abandoned store. He then informed the police.

Pol. Gen. Wichit Boonchinvutikul, the superintendent of Samut Prakan provincial police, ordered an expedited investigation to find clues to the perpetrator and the identity of the deceased.

Later, authorities investigated and determined that the deceased was Mr. Shih Mou Chiang, 44, a Taiwanese national who had fled an arrest warrant from Taiwan on accusations of robbery and possession of firearms before fleeing and hiding in Thailand until his death.

Following their discovery of Mr. Chiang's murder scene, authorities from the Samut Prakan Province's Suvarnabhumi Airport Police Station, Khok Kram Police Station investigators, and forensic police officers examined Areeya Daily Village House, Kaset-Nawamin, Lat Pla Khao Road, Bangkok, on February 25 at 10:00 p.m.

Traces of blood were found in the restroom by the officers. Furthermore, around 500 grams of ketamine were found wrapped in a white plastic bag. After seizing it as evidence, the officials gave it to the Khok Kram Police Station's investigating officer, who will use it infuture court cases.

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