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Thailand. Pole arrested on suspicion of murder. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirms

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A Polish citizen was detained in Thailand on suspicion of murder. The information was confirmed by the editorial staff of Kontakt 24, the MFA spokesman’s office. Previously, the local portal of the daily “Bangkok Post” reported that the local police arrested a 25-year-old Pole who was supposed to murder his Ukrainian girlfriend in an apartment in one of the districts of Bangkok.

“The Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirms that the case of detaining a Polish citizen in Thailand on suspicion of murder is known to the Consul of the Republic of Poland in Bangkok. The Consul remains in contact with the local police. Due to the nature of the case and the provisions on the protection of personal data, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs will not provide further information on this subject,” wrote the MFA spokesman’s office in response to a question from the editors of Kontakt 24.

A Pole allegedly murdered his Ukrainian girlfriend

The website of the daily “Bangkok Post” reported on Monday that the police arrested a 25-year-old Pole who allegedly murdered his Ukrainian girlfriend and tried to dismember her body in one of the blocks of flats in the Bang Kolaem district of Bangkok.

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The daily, citing the findings of the local police, reported that the man hailed a taxi in front of the apartment building on Monday afternoon, “apparently wanting to get away as quickly as possible that it aroused the suspicions of the taxi driver.”

According to the report, the driver tried to get the man to wait, but the man ordered him to leave immediately. Later, however, the driver notified the building staff about the suspicious behavior of the client.

According to the Bangkok Post, employees of the building then contacted the owner of the apartment and later found the body of a 27-year-old Ukrainian woman there with stab wounds.

The local police chief said the man was arrested at the Cambodian border crossing in Aranyaprathet, Sa Kaeo province.

Contact 24, “Bangkok Post”

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