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Police spokesman says Belgian tourist dies from suffocation | Samui Times

The deputy spokesman of the Royal Thai Police said forensic examination of the Belgian tourist showed she died from suffocation, indicating she took her own life.

Police spokesman says Belgian tourist dies from suffocation | News by Samui TimesPol Col Krissana Patanacharoen, deputy spokesman of the Royal Thai Police, said police investors have questioned more than 10 witnesses and have completed the forensic examination of the  30-year-old Belgian tourist Ms Elise Dallemagne.

The result showed she died from suffocation as no traces of body assault were found, he said.

He said her relatives have looked through he evidence and were cleared of suspicion of murder.

He said  the woman had previous record of attempted suicides.

Commenting on comments by her relatives on the  social media they were suspicious of her death and were uncertain of the Thai police investigation, the deputy spokesman said they commented before they have seen the evidence produced by police.

However the police will continue to investigate,  particularly from her mental health report from a hospital which said she had tried to commit suicide.

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