Hunt on for two Hmong men after family including 5 year old slaughtered in Prachuap
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Police are hunting for two Hmong rubber workers after an entire family was found slashed to death at a plantation just a few kilometers from the Burmese border in Prachuap Khiri Khan province.
Three adults were almost decapitated and a five year old girl was cut to pieces.
Plantation owner Pornnipha Sae-Liang, 29, went to investigate after she said it was unusually quiet at the shack where the family had been staying over the last month while they did rubber work.
She found a scene of unimaginable horror, reported Daily News.
Both Namphon Khamkhong, 30, from Narathiwat and his wife Mukda Ngorkwisai, 27 had been nearly decapitated.
Their five year old daughter was slashed all over her face and body and attempts had been made to cut her legs and arms off.
Forty meters away they found an old man who was Mukda's father. He was similarly slashed in the neck.
A knife and a scythe were found left at the scene.
Both Hmong workers who lived and worked in the same place in Chang Raek sub-district have disappeared.
Bang Saphan Noi police are hunting them.
Source: Daily News
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