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Thai police have arrested a UK man thought to have ordered the shooting of Tony Kenway in Pattaya last month.
Mr Kenway, 39, was shot execution style in his red Porsche Cayenne outside the Sanit Sports Club in Pong sub-district on January 24th, reported Thairath.
The shooter a South African and his accomplice, a British national, fled on a motorcycle that was later recovered. They escaped across the border to Cambodia.
Thai Rath reported that Jirawut Tanthasri of Nong Preu police went to Cambodia where a UK national called Jamie Tobey (name transliterated from Thai) aged about 45 was taken into custody.
He will be brought back to Thailand for questioning. Police said that he was a former friend and business associate of Mr Kenway. They had argued and even had a fist fight at one point.
Police think that Toby ordered the killing, said Thai Rath.
Miles Dicken Turner, 24, who rode the motorcycle and Abel Caldeira Bonito, 28, the shooter, remain at large. A warrant is out for their arrest.