Thai Crime: Thai Army Ranger Becomes Fugitive After Loved Ones Shot Dead And Wounded

Recently, an army ranger was on the run after his wife, her mother, and sister were shot at their house in Sabayoi district.
Recently, neighbors heard a heated argument taking place at their home in Rai Nua village.
The police were led to the scene by Pol Col Kongthap Senathip, chief of Sabayoi police, and Pol Maj Gen Suriwong Somsong, commander of Border Patrol Police Unit 437.
Two women were found dead inside the house with gunshot wounds. Riam Sribang, 58, was shot twice in the head and found lying face-down on the ground. Chuthamas Sribang, 38, was also shot twice in the head and found slumped at the door of the house.
Om Sribang, Chuthamas’s younger sister, was also wounded in the right arm. Sabayoi Hospital treated her.
Five spent 9mm cases and one unfired bullet was found at the scene.
Pheeraphat Onchart, 37, an army ranger stationed in Yala’s Yaha district, is believed to have shot the victims. Onchart is the husband of Chuthamas Onchart.
A Toyota car with Songkhla license plates was later found overturned off the side of the road in front of Wat Bayoi in Sabayoi district.
According to police, he used an M16 rifle to commandeer a local resident’s motorcycle and continue his escape.
According to police, the shooting was motivated by jealousy. A heated argument erupted between the ranger and his wife when he went to see her at her house.
The neighbor then heard multiple gunshots, and the man fled the house.
The police have launched a major search for the man. He has also been asked to help track him down by his ranger unit in Yala.

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