Pakistani man arrested for grotesque murder of German businessman

Officers from Kanchanaburi Provincial Police Station managed to arrest a Pakistani man allegedly involved within the ugly homicide of German businessman Hans Peter Mack.
Following the discovery of Mack’s chopped-up stays in the freezer of a rental house in Pattaya, police officers conducted a further investigation till the evidence led to three suspects, together with 52 yr previous Olaf Thorsten Brinkmann, fifty four 12 months previous Petra Christl Grundgreif, and another unidentified Pakistani man.
The German woman Grundgreif yesterday surrendered herself to the police. Then, officers managed to arrest the German man, Brinkmann, last night time at a nightclub in On Nut, Bangkok.
Both of the suspects denied the murder accusation but the Deputy Commissioner of the Royal Thai Police, Surachate “Big Joke” Hakparn, reassured the public that the police had sufficient evidence confirming their involvement within the homicide.
The two were questioned and at the moment are in police custody, leaving only the Pakistani man, who remained on the run. The man could not escape the clutches of the police for long after he was spotted by a employees member of a resort in the central province of Kanchanaburi.
At 2pm today, police officers had been notified by the hotel’s proprietor that the suspicious Pakistani man had checked into the resort. Manageable appeared much like the legal image shared by officers.
Upon arrival on the hotel, officers encountered the wanted suspect, 27 year previous Sahruk Kareem Uddin, in one of many lodge rooms. Uddin is a Pakistani man who holds Thai nationality. He admitted that he was the individual on the arrest warrant however denied involvement in the homicide of the 62 yr old German actual estate businessman..

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