Mother believes daughter is 15th victim of Thai cyanide serial killer

A sixty four 12 months outdated lady from Kamphaeng Phet province, who believes her daughter is the fifteenth cyanide-poisoning sufferer of Sararat Rangsiwuthaporn, also called the Thai cyanide serial killer, met with Crime Suppression Division (CSD) police investigators yesterday, said a police supply.
The woman responded to a letter from the police and reported to the deputy nationwide police chief’s group of investigators at the Police Club on Vibhavadi Rangsit Road. She provided details about her daughter Montathip, 37 years previous, who died in Bangkok seven years ago. The lady reportedly advised the police that she personally suspected Sararat to be responsible for her daughter’s demise, despite not having any proof to back this belief. Lost expressed her gratitude to the deputy national police chief for accepting her daughter’s case for investigation, hoping that Montathip would obtain justice.
CSD deputy commander Pol Col Anek Taosuparp revealed that a assembly happened yesterday, Monday, May 1, to debate the circumstances involving Sararat, stating that the investigation was roughly 80% complete. Regarding the 33 year previous victim, Siriporn Khanwong, Pol. Col. Anek reported that no proof had been found to implicate anybody apart from Sararat. He added that the testimonies from five witnesses have been priceless for further investigation, and up to now, no proof pointed to a senior police officer, who was Sararat’s former husband.
Rapee Chamnanrua, a man requested by Siriporn’s family members to assist them in probing her suspicious dying, also met with the police investigators on the Police Club on Monday. Rapee shared his intentions to travel to Kanchanaburi province to acquire important proof related to a bank account of one of many alleged victims. Despite the owner’s dying, the account remained lively, with tons of of hundreds of baht circulating. He confirmed that he would supply the account documentation for the police investigators to examine.
The commander of the Metropolitan Police Bureau’s coaching centre, Pol. Maj. Gen. Namkiat Teerarojanapong, tasked with compiling cyanide-poisoning circumstances, acknowledged that investigators yesterday sought arrest warrants from the Criminal Court for Sararat in 4 more circumstances.
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