UK millionaire and wife brutally murder in Thailand mansion
September 25, 2018 | Brainwave Science
Thailand Police arrested three professional hitmen who allege they were paid to the murder of a British millionaire and his wife. The bodies of husband and wife were discovered in their premises in Phraw province, Thailand, days after the couple were reported missing.
Alan Hogg, 64, was shot to death while his wife Nod Suddaen, 61, was bludgeoned to death with a hammer by men paid 50,000 baht. The couple were reported missing from their home on Thursday after they failed to meet their friends in the city nearby.
Police arrested three men along with Nod Suddaen’s brother, Warut Satchakit, who allegedly hires these three hitmen to carry out the attack on the couple and assumed it was he who has disposed of the bodies. Local police commander Manas Kerdsukho told the media that the motive of the murder was a long-running internal conflict, feuds and property.
Nod’s brother was arrested as a prime suspect after CCTV footage showed him entering the couple’s home on Thursday morning and one of the alleged accomplices informed the authorities he helped carry out the murder. However, he denies all allegations and was released on bail after that he disappeared.
Thailand is one of Asia’s most popular holiday destinations and with scores of people from around the globe, there’s crime in Thailand is no surprise. Most criminal activities are limited to pick-pocketing, purse snatching or tourism fraud. However, violent crimes such as murder, rape and assault are relatively rare, but it happens.
A major challenge for the police in conducting criminal investigations is determining the utility of the information (evidence) collected. Crime in the world is advancing as technology advances. As the small portion of the collected evidence is accurate, complete, and substantial in establishing the identity or whereabouts of the prime suspect. Police have the three criminals, but they still lack vital evidence. When vital evidence is missing and current investigative tools such as an interrogation, polygraph and fingerprinting can’t provide efficient and precise intelligence then the whole case can fall apart.
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