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Israeli murderer: Police dig up house, search drains looking for his missing wife

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Investigators were at a rented house in Nonthaburi yesterday looking for the remains of the wife of Shimon Bintan, 53.

murder-investigation-thailandNantiya Saeng-urai went missing about last November. She was last seen at a house in Preuksa Village estate on the Bang Kruay-Sai Noi Road, reported Manager Online.

Teams were there yesterday using suction pumps to clear toilets and drains. They also dug up a section of concrete by the side of the house.

Nothing was found. But head of the team Arun Wachirasrisukanya told reporters that police believe she is most likely dead.

Her father reported her missing after Eliyahu Cohen, 63, had been found cut up and covered in cement at another rented house in Nonthaburi.

Cohen was a former Israeli policeman who Shimon claimed had slept with his wife.

Shimon moved to that house in December last year with his son Ben Bintan, 17. Shimon had previously lived with Nantiya at the house where the search for her remains took place.

Father and son continue to help police with their enquiries.

Police said yesterday that Nantiya, 37, had a total of four husbands and four children. She was known to be a drug user with a drug offence against her name in Bang Bon.

Thai Visa / Manager Online

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