Murder of Chinese scholar in Thailand was reportedly over rejection

The murder of a 22 yr previous Chinese student in Thailand was motivated by rejection, media reported yesterday. New information has come to light in the case of Jin Can, a Chinese student who was reported kidnapped for ransom, and her physique was later found in a banana plantation within the Bang Yai district within the central Nonthaburi province.
According to deputy national police chief Pol Gen Surachate Hakparn, also identified as Big Joke, the ransom story was just a diversion created by the abductors with the help of a Thai bar lady, Thai PBS reported. The call made by one of the three Chinese suspects to Jin Can’s father in Beijing, utilizing the VSAT software on the victim’s smartphone, was only a diversionary tactic to distract police attention from the true motive.
The three Chinese suspects met the bar girl on the karaoke bar where she worked, and one of them asked her to look for Jin Can. According to stories, Can was the ex-girlfriend of one of the suspects again when she lived in China.
The suspects promised to pay the bar girl 50,000 baht and supplied her with the title of the university. How-to happened to have a pal at Bangkok Thonburi University and was capable of observe down Jin Can, and organize a meeting with the sufferer and her ex-boyfriend.
The ex-boyfriend reportedly tried to sleep with Can, but she rejected him. So, he went back to the bar woman for concepts about what to do with her. The Thai bar girl suggested that they kill the Chinese pupil. After the suspects killed the sufferer, they paid the bar woman 80,000 baht for taking them to Suvarnabhumi International Airport for their return flight to China..

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