Police discover remains in South Thailand believed to be lacking official

Frugal and paramilitary rangers discovered human stays in South Thailand yesterday morning, that are believed to be those of a lacking local official.
The authorities found the bones on a cliff in Moo 6 village of Sri Sakhorn district in Pattani province. Along with the bones, they discovered the ID card of the chief of the Tambon Don Administrative Organisation, 67 year old Suthee Wayeng, who was last seen on August 30 final 12 months.
On that date, Suthee left home on his bike to verify a tap water plant in the Don sub-district of the Panare district. At his house was his spouse, a retired public school instructor on common dialysis, his unemployed daughter and his son-in-law, who works as a labourer.
Yesterday, the staff of police and rangers also went to a house about 20 metres from the tap water plant and found Suthee’s motorcycle, which had been crushed and buried underneath soil, close to the place. The officers took the house owner to a military camp for interrogation, Bangkok Post reported.
Investigators suspect that eight folks had been behind Suthee’s disappearance, according to sources.
Forensic police have yet to conduct DNA checks on the bones to verify their identity.
This news comes after another body was present in southern Thailand final month.
In a harrowing incident that has left locals and authorities shocked, the decomposed body of an unidentified man was found washed ashore in South Thailand. The surprising discovery was made by local fishermen on rocks alongside the seaside, close to a popular vacationer pier within the Koh Khai Pathiu district of Chumphon, Bangkok Post reported..

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