Police on Thursday searched the office of Pol Col Amnuay Pongsawat, former superintendent of Ban Pong district police, to look for possible evidences linked to the kidnap and murder of a woman, Ms Supaksorn Ponthaisong.
The search was conducted by police from Nong Khang Plu police station led by Pol Lt-Col Virote Chanhom, the deputy superintendent of Nong Khang Plu police. It was not known whether any evidences were found.
Pol Col Amnuay was relieved from police service pending investigation. He admitted that he ordered his men to slap Ms Supaksorn on her head to teach her a lesson, but denied any involvement in her murder.
Two suspects, Niwat Sueythong and Poomithat Piboonsawat, were today escorted by police to Soi Petchkasem 116 in Buddha Monthon area for re-enactment. Both reportedly pleaded guilty.
A fourth suspect, Ms Kannikar Krumrum, a singer, admitted that she had an intimate relationship with Pol Col Amnuay, but was unaware of the kidnap and murder of the woman.
The four were charged with pre-mediated murder, illegal detention and cover-up of a crime.
Source: Thai Public Broadcasting Service (Thai PBS)