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Here are the latest developments in the case of the five foreigners arrested Friday when a tourist policeman was shot and a body was found in a freezer in Sukhumvit Soi 56.
On the third floor investigators found what appeared to be passport printing equipment.
On the fourth floor they found seven passports – two US, four French, one UK.
One had the following details: William Peter Johnson date of birth 6th February 1953. It contained 46 different stamps. He entered Thailand on 25th August 2000 via Bangkok on flight CX 701.
There were no other details from the other passports though the report did not make it clear that the passports were blank or just that the details were not released.
The five suspects – announced earlier as one UK national, two Americans and two Burmese, were being questioned at Prakhanong police station.
Immigration police from two divisions are investigating.
They are looking into whether the passports found are real or fakes, if there are warrants out for the suspects or whether they have broken immigration laws in other ways.
Meanwhile, Sanook.com reported that the shot tourist police officer was out of danger at the Police Hospital.
The man in the freezer was a foreign national who had been murdered.
He had had his clothes and shoes on and was in six pieces.
There were two Burmese at least one of who claimed to be a maid. They may have been a married couple.
The suspects were not living at the premises and had been using it just as a storage facility for three months.