Suspect in barrel murder arrested in South Korea

Suspect in barrel murder arrested in South Korea

Suspect in barrel murder arrested in South Korea
After being recovered from the Map Prachan pond in Bang Lamung area of Chon Buri on Saturday, divers and police discovered the plastic barrel containing the body of a murdered man. ( Photo: Chaiyot Pupattanapong )

One of the three suspects in the death of a person who was discovered in Chon Buri’s concrete-filled cylinder has been detained in South Korea.

According to the Gyeongnam Provincial Police Agency, the man in his 20s was detained at his home on Sunday night in Gyeongnam territory.

” Details of the case cannot be disclosed as it is currently under investigation”, a policeman official was quoted as saying.

One of the three suspects in Chon Buri’s death is a man named as” the man who found a large plastic container in the Map Prachan tank” in the Bang Lamung area. Divers discovered the chamber after it was discovered in the tank sleep on Saturday evening. It also contained concrete. The dam is not far from Pattaya.

Roh Eui Jong, 34, is alleged to be the target of an alleged abduction by three Korean men after he went missing on May 3.

Authorities are still confirming the murderer’s identity.

All three defendants, according to police options, left Thailand on Sunday. One of them visited South Korea again. The second bordered Cambodia and the third had crossed into Myanmar without authorization.

In the southeast of South Korea, Gyeongnam territory is located. Its money is Changwon.