Alleged Attackers In Krabi Massacre 'Will Be Executed,' Police Chief Says

PUBLISHED ON MON, JUL 17, 2017 6:04 PM

Alleged Attackers In Krabi Massacre 'Will Be Executed,' Police Chief Says

By Teeranai Charuvastra, Staff Reporter

 

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Police commanders question murder suspect Surifat Bannobwongsakul at an army base in Krabi on Saturday

 

KRABI — Police said Sunday they arrested a man who engineered a home invasion which left a local official along with seven family members dead in Krabi province last week.

 

Surifat Bannobwongsakul, 41, was detained without a court warrant Saturday evening and accused of killing village administrator Worayuth Sanlang and his relatives, including his two young daughters, at their residence. The June 10 incident has drawn widespread attention due to the savage nature of the crimes.

 

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