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Parents watched CCTV in terror as missing eleven year old seen being driven away from school – now she is found dead

Police in Rayong investigating a missing eleven year old girl showed her parents footage of a man on a motorcycle giving her a lift in front of her school.

They confirmed it was their daughter “Nong Pim” who had been missing since Monday afternoon.

And the man on the bike was a work colleague of the father. The suspect was named as 57 year old Wichai Chotisena who lives nearby.

Police immediately went to the Nikom Hemaraj industrial estate where Wichai was pouring cement and began to question him.

Thai Rath reported that the blood drained from his face when officers arrived but he initially denied involvement.

At the police station the cops played funeral music to the suspect and asked him how he would feel if his son – a ten year old at the same school – had gone missing.

He then changed his story. He said that he had gone to the school to pick up his son but found that he had already gone home on a motorcycle taxi.

But he admitted meeting Pim who he knew and she went with him. But he claimed that on the way home on a bend she fell off and broke her neck and died.

So he gathered up her body and carried her to some undergrowth where he removed her clothing and put in in her school bag and threw it away.

He dumped her there.

Police and foundation staff found Pim’s body yesterday evening. Earlier a search of a pond by divers had turned up nothing.

Wichai has denied rape and murder.

Police said that there were bloodstains and hair on Wichai’s motorbike.

No charges have yet been laid as police attempt to consolidate their case with forensic work.

Thai Rath reported that Pim had a cleft palate and had difficulty speaking.

Thai VisaThai Rath



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