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Thai woman found murdered in Bangkok hotel, Indian guest prime suspect


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On April 16, 2567, the Police Investigation Unit of Talat Phlu Market received a report of a homicide in room 210 of a five-story hotel located on Soi Wutthakat 14, Talat Phlu District, Thonburi, Bangkok, reported Siam Rath.

 

The team, led by Pol. Lt. Col. Nophasilp Pulswasdi, Deputy Commander of Police Division 8, Pol. Lt. Col. Pasapong Butrthai, Deputy Commander of Police Division 8, Pol. Lt. Col. Boonsongwit Hongsa, Deputy Commander of Police Division 8, Pol. Lt. Col. Chotchit Chuangrasmi, Chief of Investigation, and Pol. Lt. Col. Charin Buawpenhom, Investigator, rushed to the scene.

 

The victim, identified as Ms. Sukanya, 51, was found dead with multiple stab wounds on her body, lying under a table in the hotel room. Preliminary investigations revealed that she had been staying in the room with an Indian male guest, who is now the prime suspect. Witnesses reported hearing a heated argument from the room before the incident.

 

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The victim's sister, who preferred not to be named, stated that she had no knowledge of her sister's activities until she learned of her death. She mentioned that her sister had been in a relationship with the Indian man, who often visited the room in the mornings and evenings. However, on the day of the incident, he left calmly after a phone call.

 

According to the victim's son, Mr. Gomint, 20, his mother was secretive about her relationship with the suspect. She would leave for work in the morning and return late, often without disclosing her whereabouts. He suspected that the relationship might have been abusive.

 

The suspect, identified as Mr. Yadav, 32, an Indian national, had fled the country previously but returned illegally. He was spotted renting a vehicle in Tha Maka District, Kanchanaburi Province, and was last seen heading towards Talat Phlu.

 

Authorities are currently on high alert and are coordinating with Kanchanaburi police to apprehend him swiftly.

Pol. Lt. Col. Nophasilp stated that efforts are underway to locate and arrest the suspect, with expectations of his capture within the day.

 

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-- ASEAN NOW 2024-04-17

 

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Indian man arrested for murder of Thai girlfriend at hotel in Bangkok
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Police arrested an Indian man in the central province of Kanchanaburi for the murder of his Thai girlfriend at a hotel in Bangkok. The woman’s dead body was found in a hotel room on April 16 with 31 stab wounds across her body.

 

The death of the 51 year old Thai woman, Sukanya, was reported to Talat Phlu Police Station on April 16. Her dead body was in room number 210 of a hotel in the Talat Phlu neighbourhood in the Thon Buri district of Bangkok.

 

According to the police report, Sukanya was lying dead in a pool of blood on the floor. She had 31 stab wounds with police predicting that she died an hour before her discovery. The murder weapon, a 30-centimetre knife, was found near her body.


Sukanya’s belongings remained undisturbed. One of her mobile phones had run out of battery, while another displayed numerous missed calls from a loan shark. Bloodstains adorned the room, staining the floor, walls, and even the bathroom.


The hotel staff disclosed to the police that Sukanya had checked into the hotel on April 7, accompanied by her Indian boyfriend. On April 16, the hotel staff witnessed her boyfriend departing in the afternoon on a blue-grey Honda Wave motorcycle.

 

The staff also reported hearing an argument between Sukanya and the Indian man earlier that day. When they attempted to contact Sukanya regarding the noise, the Indian man answered the phone but refused to speak to them and hung up.

 

Murderer flees

 

The hotel staff presumed that the couple had resolved their dispute as the commotion had ceased. However, they saw the Indian man leaving the hotel unaccompanied in the afternoon. Sukanya, who typically departed in the evening, did not emerge from the premises as usual. Concerned, the staff investigated and tragically found her lifeless body.

 

Police identified the Indian man as 32 year old Rajman Yabav and managed to arrest him six hours after the murder. Yabav attempted to flee Thailand but was intercepted at the border between Thailand and Myanmar in Kanchanaburi province.

 

Yabav admitted to the murder, citing personal conflict with Sukanya as the motive. The details of their conflict have not yet been revealed.

 

Yabav was charged with intentional murder which will result in the death penalty, life imprisonment or imprisonment from 15 to 20 years according to Section 288 of the Criminal Law.

 

Police added that Yabav was deported once on March 27 this year but sneaked into Thailand across the border in Kanchnaburi province. He had a secret relationship with Sukanya, and they would meet at the hotel.

 

Sukanya reportedly lied to her daughter and husband that she was visiting her sick grandmother at her home in Bangkok’s Jomthong district but was meeting with Yabav.

 

Source: The Thaiger 2024-04-17

 

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8 hours ago, webfact said:

The suspect, identified as Mr. Yadav, 32, an Indian national, had fled the country previously but returned illegally.

Good work immigration

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3 hours ago, hotchilli said:

Good work immigration

The border between Kanchanaburi and Burma is as porous as it gets, easy to cross. Before I went to extensions of stay I used to do border hops at Phu Nam Ron in Kan. A minibus used to bus us across the border to Burmese Immigration. A couple of times on the way back into Thailand people were being trafficked into Thailand as the bus was stopped short of the border and they disappeared into the jungle with a guide. I reported this to the Police in Thailand. Their response? "Nothing we can do, the Army control this border".

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4 hours ago, zhounan said:

Indians are literally obsessed with girls. You can see Indian tourists screening girls in every place better than any Chinese surveillance systems.


i agree, that lot are pretty f’ing creepy, pity that TGs who have to endure it.

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46 minutes ago, TimBKK said:
5 hours ago, zhounan said:

Indians are literally obsessed with girls. You can see Indian tourists screening girls in every place better than any Chinese surveillance systems.


i agree, that lot are pretty f’ing creepy, pity that TGs who have to endure it.

 

Yup...  and some Westerners are just a tad obsessed and bonkers too.... 

 

Another poster's quote from today (on another thread)... "What women want in their bed is a thuggish brutal man that will beat and abuse them".....

 

 

 

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