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Smart Watch could be key evidence in “pretty” Lanlabelle death case

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Investigators in Bangkok believe they may have a key piece of evidence in determining what happened and when in the death of “pretty” Thitima Naraphanphiphat or Lanlabelle.

The 25 year old was spotted on social media wearing a Samsung smart watch on her left wrist and this has now been given by her mother to police who have sent it off for analysis with experts. 

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It records heart rate, blood pressure and the number of steps taken and if the data is viable it could prove a valuable clue. 

Lanlabelle was found dead on a sofa in the lobby of a luxury condominium in the Talat Phlu area of Bang Khun Thian last Tuesday. 

She had been dragged their apparently unconscious by a man now known in the Thai media as “Nam Un”. 

The pair had been among ten people who attended a drinks party on the other side of Bangkok. 

Daily News said that news sources suggested that Lanlabelle had a blood alcohol level of 400 milligrams. 

That is eight times the legal limit to drive and could be behind her death. 

The autopsy findings have yet to be officially announced as the Thai media continue to speculate on the case that has captivated the Thai public. 

Pol Maj-gen Somrit Tongtao said at Bukkalo police station yesterday that the smart watch could be key evidence in the case. 

Thai Visa /  Daily News

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