Two headless bodies found on Rayong beaches near Pattaya

Two headless bodies found on Rayong beaches near Pattaya

By The Thaiger

 

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Two headless bodies have been found on Mae Rampueang Beach and PMY Beach in Rayong. The area the bodies were found is about 40 kilometres from Pattaya.

 

The first one was a naked male headless body. Cut wounds were found on his neck. On his wrist police found found a distinguishing tattoo written in English alphabet. Police believe that the man died at least one week before the body was found.

 
The second body was also a headless male body found 10 kilometres from the first beach. The man was only wearing underwear. Police believe that this man died at least 10 day before the body was found.

 

Full story: https://thethaiger.com/news/national/two-headless-bodies-found-on-rayong-beaches-near-pattaya

 

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