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Hit men gun down motorcyclist on his way to work – female student injured by stray bullet

A man on his way to work was assassinated by a hit man on a following motorcycle in Samut Prakarn yesterday.

A 17 year old M5 student on her way to school was hit in the hip by a stray bullet.

The shooter and his accomplice riding the bike escaped and are now being hunted by Samrong Neua police, reports Thairath.

The drama happened in Soi Mankorn – Khan Dee Soi 8 off the Thaparak Road south east of Bangkok.

Police found 38 year old social security insurance man Mongkhon Srikwang lying in a pool of blood barely alive. He had been shot in the back on his way to work. The bullet had come out his chest.

Police found one bullet lodged in the speedometer of his bike that was crashed nearby.

He was rushed to hospital but soon died.

Sitting nearby was a crying girl, 17 year old Amphawan Suknin a M5 (Year 12) student at Thepsarin School. She was being driven to school on her elder brother’s bike.

She had been hit in the hip by two bullet fragments from the same .38 gun that had been used to kill Mongkhon.

The student’s brother told police that he had heard three shots ring out behind him and this was corroborated by another witness who saw two men in black jackets and blue jeans racing off in the direction of Theparak Road. The man on the back of the motorcycle was putting a gun away as they rode off.

The number of the bike was 850 though he did not get the full registration.

Police immediately put a net around the whole area in an effort to catch the men but so far this has not met with success.

Meanwhile the victim’s wife told police that her husband had no issues with anyone and she had no idea why he might have been shot.

Thai Visa / Thairath

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