Boy, 14, beaten to death for alleged theft

Boy, 14, beaten to death for alleged theft

CHON BURI: Police are looking for a group of four young men who have been said to have beaten a 14-year-old young man to death within Bang Lamung region of this coastal province.

The body of the boy, Kraisiri Wongpat, alias Khiad, was found in the particular garage of a house at Moo 10 village in tambon Huay Yai at about 11am on Sunday. The discovery has been reported to Huay Yai police.

Officers from your station, accompanied by a physician from a hospital, arrived at the house to find the kid’s body covered within bruises from becoming struck. There were traces of his fingers being tied having a rope. The 14-year-old was believed to possess died about three hours previously.

Den Sinthusra, 40, the boy’s granddad, told police that will at about 2am his mother heard the noise of someone crying in pain. She told him to visit out to take a look.

Outside the home he found 4 young men surrounding his nephew and punching him. He mentioned he recognised one of them, a man named Prik who was aged approximately 25. The four accused the youngster of stealing a gold necklace and 3, 000 baht cash from them.

Mr Den said he tried to intervene, threatening in order to call police.

The teenage boys told him they will take the boy in order to where he had concealed the gold plus money, forced him onto the sidecar of a motorcycle plus drove off..

At about 11am on Saturday, he or she found Kraisiri lying down dead in the garage. He was informed by neighbours that this boy had been cut back to the house on the motorcycle and left in the garage.

Pol Col Surakij In-am, the particular Huay Yai law enforcement chief, said law enforcement were gathering evidence and information through witnesses in order to seek a court bring about for the arrests of the suspects.