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Bike Mechanic Shot Dead in Trang; Killer on the Loose

He was shot down in his own shop.

Senseless killing leaves bike mechanic dead.

When: November 29th, 2020

Where: Na Yong Nuea Sub-district, Na Yong, Trang Province

Perpetrators: Unknown

Victims: Mr. Sornyut, 38

What: Police received reports of gun fire at a Trang motorcycle repair shop. Inside the shop they found the body of Mr. Sornyut, 38. The scene was covered in blood. The victim was shot with a .38 caliber 3 times: one occipital skull wound; one face wound; one in the left scapula.

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My take: Was this revenge? We don’t know. But it was done in cold blood with a guy just out there making a living. Just another casualty in the Land of Smiles.

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