A Taiwanese man named Zhu was tied up and killed in Bangkok.ThailandPolice found a large quantity of fake notes and equipment for making fake notes from the room of the deceased. Arrest warrants have been issued for three foreign suspects and a Thai woman. Two of the three foreign suspects have been detained.
Thai police found a 47-year-old Taiwanese man surnamed Zhu dead in a hotel in Bangkok’s Bangna district on the 16th. The deceased was found lying face down on the edge of the bed, with his hands behind his back and his legs tied. It appears that the room was vandalized. The hotel staff told the police that the deceased had checked in alone on the afternoon of the 14th.
Thai PBS reported that Thai police were in the deceased’s hotel room.InsuranceA large number of counterfeit $100 bills, bill-sized pieces of unprinted paper, and equipment for making counterfeit bills were found in the box.
After reviewing surveillance cameras, police identified three foreign suspects who had entered the deceased’s room and issued arrest warrants for the three foreign suspects and a Thai woman. Police determined that the Thai woman was the prime suspect in the case and that there were three suspects. Mediator for foreign suspects.
Thai police have detained one of the three foreign suspectsmyanmarOne suspect of Cameroonian nationality and one suspect of Vanuatu have fled to Thailand following the incident. Thai police are coordinating with the International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol) to trace the suspect’s whereabouts.