BREAKING: Bodies of 4 babies found dumped in trash in Hua Hin

PUBLISHED ON TUE, FEB 13, 2018 2:41 PM

BREAKING: Bodies of 4 babies found dumped in trash in Hua Hin

 

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The bodies of four babies were found dumped in a trash can in Hua Hin on Tuesday morning.

 

The shocking discovery was made by a garbage collector as he attempted to empty the trash can into his truck.

 

The babies, whose bodies had been wrapped in plastic bags, were thought to be aged between 8 weeks and 4 months old.

 

They were discovered in a trash can close to a 7-Eleven store on the Canal Road in Hua Hin, Banmaung reported.

 

Images and video footage of the bodies have been widely shared on local Hua Hin Facebook groups.

 

Police said they are studying CCTV footage of the area.

 

Source: Banmuang

 
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