Kidnappers flee Thailand after killing Chinese student

Uncomplicated believe that the three Chinese males suspected of kidnapping and killing a female Chinese university scholar, whose body was found in Nonthaburi province on Saturday, have already fled Thailand on a flight to Chengdu, China, reviews CH7.
On Saturday, a resident of Moo 6 in Bang Yai district discovered the physique of 22 yr previous Jin Can, a third-year music student at Bangkok Thonburi University, inside a sack at a banana plantation in Bang Yai district.
Jin Can was stabbed 5 times in the left aspect of her chest and sustained an enormous stab wound on her right shoulder. A towel was tied around her neck.
Police say that the three Chinese men murdered the student after failing to accumulate a 2.5 million baht ransom from her father in China in the early hours of Thursday morning.
Detectives learned the abductors despatched a message to her father in China by way of WeChat demanding 500,000 yuan (2.5 million baht) and despatched him a photo of his daughter along with her wrists and ankle tied up.
Her father contacted the university, the place workers stated that Jin Can was final seen on the campus on Wednesday afternoon between 5pm-7pm. However, they thought the ransom demand was a prank, so Jin Can’s father didn’t switch the money, reviews the Phuket Express.
Officers found plenty of evidence to counsel that three Chinese nationals – Su Pengfei, Chen Sagaing and Su Xiangfei [transliterated from Thai] – dedicated the crime.
At 12.55am on Thursday, March 30, CCTV cameras captured Jin Can walking throughout the road and right into a convenience store close to a luxurious village within the Bang Yai district. Then, three Chinese males got out of a red Mazda sedan and pretended to shop after they have been following Jin Can.
Witnesses stated they’d seen the boys in the outlets a quantity of occasions, main police to believe that the boys lived within the native area. Police found that the three suspects rented a house close by. The landlord stated they moved out at 3pm on Thursday.
From the CCTV footage, police have been able to trace the purple Mazda to a automotive rental store on New Petchaburi Road. The car was returned on Thursday..

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