Patong pub shooter surrenders to police

PUBLISHED ON FRI, OCT 13, 2017 2:04 AM

Patong pub shooter surrenders to police

The Phuket News

 

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Manus 'Ta' Pongsupakit, 34, is caught on CCTV fleeing the scene of the shooting. Image via Patong Police

 

PHUKET:-- The man wanted for shooting another man at the Hollywood pub on Bangla Rd in Patong early this morning has surrendered himself to Patong Police.

 

Manus “Ta” Pongsupakit, 34, was wanted for shooting Pongwarit Tiptara, 27, shot once in the leg and once in the back, with a bullet piercing a lung.

 

Mr Pongwarit was rushed to Patong Hospital and later transferred to Vachira Phuket Hospital in Phuket Town.

 

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