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30,000 baht reward for arrest of Cambodian murder suspect

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Bangkok Metropolitan Police Bureau has offered 30,000 baht reward for any person who gives useful information that could lead to the arrest of the fugitive Cambodian migrant worker for alleged murder of an event show girl in Bangkok Wednesday night.

reward for Cambodian murdererActing metropolitan police commissioner Pol Lt Gen Sanit Mahatavorn said the cash reward was for any information given and that could lead to the arrest of Sarad Red, a Cambodian migrant worker who was a worker of the victim’s father.

Information could be given to police officer Pol Col Akrapol Sawangwong at Yannawa police station at Tel 087-133-3999, he said.

He said Sarad was employed by Ms Irada Nukul, alias Mona, 25, an event show girl and part time actress.

She was found dead inside her ransacked bedroom in Kan Nayao district of Bangkok, lying nakedly in pool of blood with her throat slashed on Wednesday night.

Interrogation with other migrant workers employed by her father to work revealed Sarad Red was the only worker went missing after the murder.

The police also retrieved Iradal’s mobile phone from a Cambodian migrant working at Nimit Mai market. He told police he bought the phone from Sarad for 1,400 baht. He also told police that Sarad was a hard hearing person and always changed work. He said Sarad might be fleeing to the border to return home.

Warrant for his arrest was issued and immigration office at the Cambodian checkpoint was placed on a watch out for the man.

The acting commissioner urged the murder suspect to turn in to the police with warning that he could face death arrest for resisting.

Autopsy result today showed there was no trace of rape and the police investigators said the migrant worker might try to rape the girl after stripping off her clothes, but she fought and was killed.

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