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Police Reveal Murderers of Taiwanese Man Fled to Cambodia

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On Monday, the Criminal Investigation Bureau police revealed that a man discovered shot dead in an abandoned shop near Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok was a Taiwanese fugitive.

Shih Mou-chiang (石茂強), 44, was identified as the deceased by CIB fingerprint verification using information provided by Thai police to CIB liaison officers in Thailand, according to CIB International Criminal Affairs Division head Lee Kun-ta.

Lee added that Taiwan authorities have no record of Shih’s departure from Taiwan because he did so illegally.

Shih was wanted in Taiwan for violating the Controlling Guns, Ammunition, and Knives Act, as well as for robbery and causing traffic injuries.

Lee also stated that the place where Shih’s body was discovered may not be where he was slain, and that the CIB will continue constant touch with Thai police, who had already identified some potential suspects.

According to Thai media sources, a clearing discovered the body of an unknown guy with three bullet wounds to the head on Sunday near Suvarnabhumi Airport, as well as a pair of gloves and 500 kilogrammes of ketamine.

Thai media images revealed the Chinese character “羅” (Lo in English) tattooed on one of his arms, prompting a local tattoo artist to inform Thai authorities that the deceased could be from Taiwan.

According to authorities, after murdering a Taiwanese man and abandoning his extensively tattooed body outside Suvarnabhumi airport, a gang of four Taiwanese men and one Thai lady went to a casino in Poipet before heading to Cambodia.

Detectives in Samut Prakan urged immigration police in Sa Kaeo on Sunday evening to keep an eye out for members of the gang suspected of murdering Taiwanese national Shih Mou Chiang, 44.

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Shih Mou-Chiang tattooed body was discovered in a vacant food stand near the airport by police Sunday.

Pol Col Napatpong Supaporn, immigration chief in Sa Kaeo province, confirmed on Monday that security camera footage showed the gang members arriving in Sa Kaeo in a vehicle at 4 p.m. on Sunday.

The five suspects presented their passports to immigration inspectors at the Aranyaprathet checkpoint before crossing the border to Poipet, Cambodia, around 6 p.m. on Sunday. Immigration officers were unable to stop them because there was no arrest warrant out at the time, he stated.

Detectives from Sa Kaeo discovered that the suspects went to a casino in Poipet at 7.30 p.m., then took a taxi to Phnom Penh around 9 p.m. Investigators were waiting for information from Cambodian officials on whether the gang had departed the country.

According to police sources, the Taiwanese victim was shot multiple times in the head in a property owned by a Thai who now lives in Taiwan. A Thai woman rented the house in Bangkok’s Lat Plakhao section of the Lat Phrao district.

Witnesses reported that a Thai woman in her twenties lived there. It was believed she was the dead man’s girlfriend. Young people with Thai and Chinese appearances frequently partied at the property, arriving and leaving in fancy cars.

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Shih Mou-Chiang, the victim, allegedly fled Taiwan to avoid arrest for robbery and unlawful firearm possession.

On Saturday, he allegedly stole a white Toyota Yaris in Pattaya. It was found abandoned on Ratchadaphisek Road in Bangkok at 12.10 a.m. on Sunday.

The slain man arrived at the leased house in Lat Plakhao on a motorbike at 2 a.m. Three of the four Taiwanese suspects landed in Thailand at approximately the same time. The suspects’ ages ranged from 25 to 42.

At 3.12 a.m. on Sunday, the suspects arrived at the leased house in a taxi. Soon after, neighbours heard gunfire. At 4.51 a.m., a red Mazda left the housing community.

On Sunday about 7.30 a.m., the automobile arrived in the Bang Phli area of Samut Prakan. It entered an alley near Suvarnabhumi International Airport’s waste disposal plant. Police suspected the automobile was used to transport the victim’s body, which was subsequently abandoned at a desolate food kiosk near the airport.

The red Mazda was eventually discovered abandoned not far away. Inside, investigators discovered 500 grammes of ketamine, cleaning fluid, a blood-stained towel, and an empty weapon box.

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