Indian Man Arrested in Case of Brutal Murder of Thai Woman at Bangkok Hotel


On April 16th, 2024, Thai metropolitan investigative police investigated a case of an Indian suspect who allegedly stabbed a Thai woman 31 times leading to her death at a hotel in the Talat Phlu area, Thonburi, Bangkok.

According to the police report, the Thai victim, whose name was withheld by the police, was brutally stabbed to death by an Indian suspect, publicly identified as Mr. Rajman Yabav.

Upon further police investigation, the police were able to track down the Indian suspect in Kanchanaburi as he attempted to flee the country.
However, the Kanchanaburi police and Thai metropolitan investigative police launched a field inspection and were able to capture Rajman after a six-hour investigation at the Kanchanaburi border, according to the police.

The incident was a tragic case that caused distress to the victim’s relatives and family.

Initially, the suspect reportedly confessed his wrongdoings to the police as he allegedly had a personal grudge against his girlfriend, the victim, and committed the murder. The police pressed charges of intentional murder of another person.

This article originally appeared on our sister website The Pattaya News.

Adam Judd
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