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A mother and father from Kalasin province have appealed for help in returning the bodies of their daughter and grandchildren who were murdered by their husband in Germany.
On Friday, Chamras Chaida, 53, and wife Daeng, 51, met with the governor of Kalasin Winnai Witthayanukul to seek his help in returning their bodies from Germany so they can be given a proper funeral in their home province.
The bodies of Lamai Rubino, 37, Sukhontharat Romsabai (Pear), 19, and Sudarat Saenbutr, (Su) 14 are being held at a temple in Germany after they were murdered by Lamai’s husband Antonio Rubino, 53, at the family home in Ravensburg on July 1st.
The story has made national news in Germany where police have charged Antonio Rubino with the triple murder.
At the crime scene, officers reportedly found a note written by Rubino where he announced his plans to kill the family and then himself due to the breakdown of the marriage to Lamai.
Mr Chamras said his daughter had been married to her husband for more than a decade after the pair met in 2005 while Antonio was on holiday in Thailand. Less than a year later they were married.
In 2007, Lamai moved to Germany with her two daughters from a previous marriage who had since been adopted by Antonio.
The pair have another son believed to be around 5 years old who Antonio spared during the attack.
Mr Chamras added that the family just want the bodies of their loved ones returned to Kalasin so they can be given a final farewell.
The Department of Constitutional Affairs are in contact with the authorities in Germany over the matter.