(28 January) The body of a man with anti-government protest outfit has been found next to a railroad in northern Bangkok.
The body was found 500 metres away from Wat Samien Nari Temple in Prachachuen district on Kampaengpetch Road, and close to Bang Khen train station.
Police estimated the deceased to be approximately 30 years old. He was wearing a black T shirt with anti-government protest logo, a wristband with the pattern of Thai national flag, and a military style black pants.
The man′s chest was punctured by 4 gunshot wounds, inflicted by unidentified type of firearms, while his face also bore some wounds and his left feet was tied by a rope. Police believe the man had been dead for 3 hours before the police reached the crime scene.
Although the man wore clothes similar to anti-government protesters, police officers cautioned that the investigation is ongoing, and his identity is not yet confirmed.
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