Pathum Thani: Severed hands of teen girl found in plastic bag
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In a gruesome discovery, police yesterday found what they believe to be the severed hands of an 18 year old girl, allegedly murdered by her boyfriend earlier this week.

The chilling case began to unfold on Wednesday when Ranya Saensuriwong’s body was discovered beneath an elevated expressway in the Mueang district of Pathum Thani. Wrapped in a bedsheet and bound with black belts, the body bore slash wounds to the neck, and both hands had been severed at the wrists.

The investigation took a grim turn when police found a black plastic bag near the Chiang Rak canal, about 4 kilometres from where the body was found. Inside the bag were the severed hands, a lock of long hair, women’s clothes, towels, snacks, and baby wipes. These items have been sent for further inspection.

The victim’s boyfriend, 18 year old Thanakorn Eiamlaor, who is believed to be the prime suspect, was detained shortly after the discovery of Ranya’s body. Initially uncooperative, Thanakorn eventually confessed to discarding the hands, leading police and rescue workers to the canal.

Security camera footage played a crucial role in the investigation. A source close to the case revealed that Thanakorn was caught on tape riding a motorcycle to the canal, where he was seen disposing of a black plastic bag.

Thanakorn’s father informed the police that his son had been taking prescribed medication for a mental illness diagnosed two years ago, reported Bangkok Post.

The suspect was apprehended at a housing estate while attempting to overdose on pills, adding another layer of complexity to this tragic case.

UPDATE: Teenage murderer attempts suicide after killing girlfriend

A teenage murderer’s suicide bid failed yesterday after he killed and dismembered his 18 year old girlfriend and dumped her body under a motorway in the central province of Pathum Thani.

The body of a naked woman with no hands, which was found under the Udon Ratthaya motorway yesterday, was identified as 18 year old Waranya, also known as Ming Ming. She had just graduated from high school and was studying at Phranakhon Rajabhat University.

Waranya lived with her 18 year old boyfriend, Thanakorn, also known as Sand, in a luxury house, 6 to 7 kilometres away from where the body was found. A witness also saw a man, believed to be her boyfriend, leave her body at the scene.

Police conducted a further investigation into the case and reviewed security cameras until they confirmed that the murderer was Waranya’s boyfriend. Officers then raided Thanakorn’s home to arrest him.

When police arrived, Thanakorn was found unconscious. His older brother urged police to take him to hospital, saying Thanakorn attempted to commit suicide by consuming an excessive amount of medicine. He was rushed to the Krung Siam St.Carlos Medical Centre and is now in stable condition.

Officers investigated the house where Waranya and Thanakorn lived and found that the murder took place in the bedroom on the second floor. They found bloodstains in the bedroom and bathroom. A butcher’s knife and a cutting board were found in the bathroom.

The couple lived in the house with Thanakorn’s elder brother and his wife. The brother told police he heard the couple arguing at around 2am on June 5. The morning had been quiet, so he and his wife did not suspect any violence.

According to the brother, Thanakorn and Waranya had been in a relationship for about three years since they were in high school. Waranya was reportedly the most important person in Thanakorn’s life and helped motivate him to finish high school.

ThaiRath reported that Thanakorn had a history of treatment for mental illness. He was reported to have been under treatment for over a year. Thanakorn was also charged with sexually assaulting children under the age of 15 in 2022 when he was 16.

Police reported they will question Thanakorn after he recovers from the suicide attempt. Officers believe jealousy was the killer’s motive. The victim’s hands, which were cut off, are still missing.

If you or anyone you know is in emotional distress, please contact the Samaritans of Thailand 24-hour hotline: 02 713 6791 (English), 02 713 6793 (Thai), or the Thai Mental Health Hotline at 1323 (Thai). Please also contact your friends or relatives at this time if you have feelings of loneliness, stress, or depression. Seek help.

ORIGINAL STORY: Body of naked woman with no hands found under motorway

The grim discovery of a naked woman with no hands was made under the Udon Ratthaya motorway in the Mueang district of Pathum Thani this morning. The young woman believed to be in her early 20s and thought to be a university student, was found wrapped in a grey bedsheet and discarded among trash and grass. Both her hands had been chopped off

A car garage owner witnessed a man on a motorcycle arriving at the site around 5am. The motorcyclist initially attempted to conceal a suspicious object with grass, then covered it with nearby garbage before riding away. The 49 year old garage owner, Thongdaeng Bonsungnern, said the man returned shortly after.

Thongdaeng inquired about what he had dumped, to which the man cryptically replied, “I threw a loved thing here,” before leaving again. Thongdaeng managed to snap a photo of the man departing on his motorcycle around 5.40am.

According to Thongdaeng, the motorcyclist was wearing glasses and appeared to be no older than 30 years.

Thongdaeng’s wife later noticed the scattered garbage and, upon closer inspection, saw what looked like a human foot. She immediately alerted the police.

Rescue workers from the Ruamkatanyu Foundation arrived with the police. They uncovered the body of a young woman, clad only in a skirt and a university belt, wrapped in a bedsheet among the trash.

The head of the rescue team shared a video of the discovery on his Facebook page, Nakon45 Anyawut Pho-amphai. The footage showed the team uncovering the body.

The police reported finding traces of blood on the ground around the body, and forensic officers collected samples from the scene. The young woman has yet to be identified, and the investigation is still ongoing.

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