Update: Man Arrested for Alleged Murder Over Dog Dispute in Nonthaburi Condo


At 11:40 AM, on April 30th, 2024, Rattanathibet police captured a suspect who allegedly murdered a next-door neighbour over a dog dispute in a condominium in Mueang Nonthaburi, Nonthaburi.

Mr. Narin (Last name withheld), a 40-year-old Thai-Swedish man, was arrested at a residence in the Chom Thong area, Bangkok, and a 38mm pistol reportedly used to commit the crimes was confiscated as evidence.

Previously, a man in a monkey cap, Narin, allegedly shot Mr. Kongchai, 45, three times over a dog dispute.

The police interrogated Narin and found out that the pistol in his possession was allegedly from a locker that he found while he was a security guard at a pub. He then reportedly purchased ammunition from online platforms.

Upon further police investigation, Narin reportedly told the police that he intentionally shot the victim as the victim allegedly had an affair with his wife. The suspect further added that the victim allegedly showed him audio while having an affair with his wife escalating the situation even more.

The suspect reportedly asserted that he held no medical record or took antidepressant pills, according to the police.

However, the Rattanathibet police reportedly stated to Thai national media that the motive of the murder was indeed not over a dog dispute but the affair was not convincing. The police would investigate further to determine the real motive behind the murder and execute legal proceedings accordingly.

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

Kittisak Phalaharn
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