Published: Tue, September 25, 2018
People | By Leon Thompson

Rich British retiree, Thai wife murdered in grisly killing in northern Thailand

Rich British retiree, Thai wife murdered in grisly killing in northern Thailand

Businessman Alan Hogg, 64, and his wife Nott, 61, were reported missing on Thursday.

Police had previously interviewed Satchakit, who was seen on CCTV footage entering the couple's property after they were reported missing and leaving in their white pick-up truck.

A concerned friend raised the alarm when he went to their home in Phrae, northern Thailand, and found blood on the walls of the swimming pool changing room.

The wife's brother, Warut Satchakit, was arrested over the disappearance after CCTV showed him entering the home and stealing their vehicle the next morning on Friday.

Phrae police chief Pol Maj Gen Sanpat Prabpudsa said sniffer dogs have been sent to the scene and police are checking contacts found listed in the phone, in the hope of shedding light on the mystery. They claim that Khun Warut moved the bodies to bury in the garden.

He was then released on bail with a 100,000 baht (2,350GBP) bond paid by his relatives after he denied any involvement but admitted stealing the motor.

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The wife's brother, Warut Satchakit, was arrested over the disappearance after CCTV showed him entering the home and stealing the vehicle on Thursday. He has not be seen since.

The pickup was found in Ayutthaya yesterday and impounded for further forensic investigation.

An investigator from the Phra That Chor Have police says that investigators found a backhoe near a hole that had been dug in the garden but found no signs of the bodies at the time.

Excavators were brought in this morning to dig in the same area and eventually uncovered the buried bodies. The sellers and buyer agreed to meet in Sri Samrong district in Sukhothai to close the deal on Friday.

"The motive for the killings was a long-running internal family conflict, feuds and property", he said. We can not find any other situations that are likely to have caused this.

'The brother-in-law had problems with money and there were family issues'. He and the two sellers were then taken to Phra That Chor Hae police station to be interrogated.

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