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Man Kills Wife in Murder-Suicide in Udon Thani

We will update this report as details come in.

The aftermath of the murder-suicide.

When: December 11th, 2020

Where: Udon Thani

Perpetrators: Unknown man

Victims: Unknown woman

What: Details are scant at this time, but what we know is clear. A man followed his wife, who left the home and went missing for 3 days. When he found her, he shot her in the head before killing himself.

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My take: We report these kinds of domestic murder-suicides because they are rampant throughout Thailand. When more details are published we will update this story.

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