PHUKET: Police officers’ hopes are dissipating as they once again turn to the public for help in finding the executioners of Jintana Mahattanapak, who was shot in the head on her way home from work in January.
With leads running out earlier this year, police were banking on CCTV footage captured in the area to help identify the killers or at least provide leads (story here).
The CCTV footage was sent to forensic experts in Bangkok, but have yet to yield any results, Phuket Provincial Police Commander Choti Chavalviwat told the Phuket Gazette.
“We have not received any report from the experts in Bangkok. Because the CCTV footage quality is very low, experts have yet to gain any new information from it,” Maj Choti said.
“We are now turning back to the public for any information that might lead us to the murders,” he said.
Anyone with information that may lead to the killers is asked to contact Phuket Provincial Police office at 076-369140 or 076-369191, or to contact Maj Choti on his personal number at 081-8021011.
“Anyone who has information concerning the murder please let us know. We will respond immediately, no matter what,” he added.
— Irfarn Jamdukor
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