Shih Mou-chiang : Taiwan Fugitive Shot Dead in Bangkok – Confirmed News

In a recent development, the Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB) has confirmed that a man found shot dead in an abandoned shop near Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok was actually a fugitive wanted by Taiwanese authorities. The deceased individual has been identified as Shih Mou-chiang, aged 44, after CIB fingerprint verification matched the information provided by Thai police to CIB liaison officers in Thailand.

Background of the Incident:

Shih was wanted in Taiwan for various crimes including violating the Controlling Guns, Ammunition, and Knives Act, robbery, and causing road traffic injuries. Interestingly, Taiwan authorities had no record of Shih’s departure from the country, indicating that he left illegally.

Investigation Details:

CIB International Criminal Affairs Division head, Lee Kun-ta, mentioned that the location where Shih’s body was discovered may not be where he was actually killed. The CIB is closely coordinating with the Thai police, who have already identified some potential suspects in the case.

Discoveries at the Scene:

According to reports from Thai media, the deceased man had three bullet wounds to the head and was found with a pair of gloves and a significant amount of ketamine weighing 500 kilograms near Suvarnabhumi Airport. The breakthrough in identifying Shih came when a local tattoo artist noticed the Chinese character “羅” (Lo in English) tattooed on one of his arms and tipped off the Thai police about a possible Taiwanese connection.

Moving forward, the investigation into this case is ongoing, with authorities working diligently to unravel the circumstances surrounding Shih’s death and the events leading up to it. Stay tuned for more updates as this story continues to develop.

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