(15 December) The 6 year old girl who went missing is feared dead, after rescue workers uncovered a skull and personal items believed to belong to her.
The girl, nicknamed Cartoon, went missing from her family in Bangkok on 6 December. The efforts to locate her were primarily led by Mirror Foundation, a charity group with experience in finding missing children. Many on social network also shared photo of the girl in hope that she would be recognised.
The last-known lead on her location came on Saturday when police reported that a CCTV footage has revealed an unidentified man walking with Cartoon at the Bearing BTS Station.
However, rescue workers have uncovered human remains late last night in Bang Na district of Bangkok, including a small skull. Nearby, the search team found shorts worn by Cartoon on the day she went missing.
Inside the pockets the rescue workers reportedly found a piece of chocolate Cartoon′s father had bought for her.
Further search efforts in the area uncovered a skeleton, Cartoon′s t-shirt. The police also found a used condom and lubricant gel.
As of Sunday afternoon, the area remains closed to the public, with police forensic teams combing the ground for more evidences.
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