Thai Suspect Arrested in Grisly Murder and Dismemberment Case: Alleged Involvement of Japanese Yakuza Members Unfolds in Nonthaburi


At 9:30 PM, on April 23rd, 2024, Bang Bua Thong investigative police and relevant officers captured a Thai suspect involved in the brutal murder and dismemberment case of an unidentified man in the Bang Bua Thong area, Nonthaburi.

According to the police report, unidentified human remains such as human skulls, limbs, and other human parts, were first found on April 19th in various locations in Bang Bua Thong, Nonthaburi, inside black bags. The police investigated the case and tracked down a Thai suspect allegedly involved in the murder and dismemberment.

The Thai suspect, publicly identified only as Mr. Game, 34, was allegedly involved in the brutal murder and dismemberment case. Initially, the suspect reportedly told the police that he was hired by three Japanese people to take them to a factory in the Phutthamonthon Sai 2 area, Bangkok.

On the way to the requested location, the Japanese people reportedly had a heated argument among themselves inside the vehicle. Arriving at the factory, two Japanese passengers in the back seat signaled Game to step out of the vehicle. The Thai suspect allegedly went to smoke outside and waited for them.

Suddenly, a gunshot was heard from inside the vehicle, Game allegedly rushed to see and found a front seated Japanese person had been shot dead in the head. After that two other Japanese people allegedly brought the body of the Japanese person into the factory.

It was reported that the Japanese people returned from the factory with many black bags and Game allegedly was forced to drive to multiple locations in Bang Bua Thong to dispose of the black bags containing human remains of the Japanese person.

Initially, the police coordinated with Thai immigration police and requested arrest warrants to Interpol to track down the two Japanese suspects. It was assumed that they had a dispute among Yakuza gang members which led to the brutal murder.

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

Kittisak Phalaharn
Kittisak has a passion for outgoings no matter how tough it will be, he will travel with an adventurous style. As for his interests in fantasy, detective genres in novels and sports science books are parts of his soul. He works for Pattaya News as the latest writer.