Car sales consultant found dead in Nonthaburi temple parking lot

Picture courtesy of Khaosod

A female car sales consultant was found dead in her car at a temple’s parking lot in Nonthaburi province after being reported missing by her sister. The 55 year old victim’s body was discovered yesterday, at around 4.30pm, in a white Toyota sedan with Phetchaburi licence plates.

Local police arrived at the scene where the woman’s body was found, having been dead for over a day. In addition to her body, a stove and a note with an apology for taking her life were found in the car. The evidence was collected by officials for further investigation, reported KhaoSod.

The 46 year old sister of the deceased later reached the scene, revealing that the woman had been missing from their home since Monday and couldn’t be contacted. The family assumed she had gone to work as per usual. The reason for her tragic decision remains unknown, as she hadn’t discussed any problems with her family members. The deceased sister had previously visited the temple where her body was found to perform religious activities.

Following the retrieval of the body, officials proceeded with an autopsy and further investigation in accordance with the law.

A week ago, a tragic incident occurred near the Mabprachan Reservoir in Pattaya, where a woman lost her life after setting herself on fire inside a parked car. The police believe it was suicide. The incident took place on June 5, when residents alerted the Pattaya Police and Sawang Boriboon rescuers about a car engulfed in flames. To read more about the story, click HERE

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