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Murder considered in death plunge of eldest son of “Godfather of Koh Samet”

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Police have not ruled out murder in the death of a 24 year old man who was the eldest son of a businessman who owns seven resorts on the holiday island of Koh Samet.

Murder considered in death plunge of eldest son ofPatchara Pornpattanasawai fell from a third floor area of a building in the Thonburi area of Bangkok yesterday.

Police in Samre district are interviewing those present at the property in Soi Charoen Nakorn, Krung Thonburi Road, Klongsan district.

They could not say whether he had tripped and fallen or was pushed.

They said many members of the same family live on the fifth floor of the property. Some were away for Chinese New Year while others were downstairs, reported Daily News.

Daily News added that the victim – found face up in a pool of blood – is the eldest son of Komol Pornpattanasawai who has the nickname “Jao Phor Koh Samet” where he owns a total of seven resort properties.

Investigations continue.

Thai Visa / Daily News

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