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Guard Shoots Girlfriend Then Himself

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A jealous young security guard of Thai Oil Refinery shot his older girlfriend over a love problem, then tried to suicide by shooting himself. Police intervened first by shooting out his car tyres, so the couple are both still alive in Banglamung Hospital.

PATTAYA – November 11,2013 [PDN]; At 10.00 am. Police Lt. Col. Suphol Phornprasertkul (an Investigation Officer at Pattaya’s Banglamung Police Station in Chonburi Province) was notified that there was a shooting incident where two people were injured. This incident occurred in front of a car tent named “Bangkok Pattaya Cars” on the side of Sukhumvit Road, at the entrance to North Pattaya Road which is near the Bangkok-Pattaya International Hospital, in Naklua, at North Pattaya City. He very quickly rushed to attend the crime scene together with Police Col. Chatchaphol Phattarasiriporn, (an expert criminal investigation officer), Police Col. Suwan Cheawnawinthawat (Superintendent of Pattaya City Police Station), Police Lt. Col. Kiettisak Sathong-oy, (the Deputy Superintendent), police teams from Pattaya City Police Station and Banglamung Police Station, plus the rescuers of Sawang Boriboon Pattaya rescue foundation.

In the lead up to the arrival of the Pattaya Police, a security guard of Thai Oil Refinery had a relationship problem with his girlfriend, (who is older than him), so he pointed the gun to her and dragged her into his car and then drove his car to escape quickly. The police were afraid that there would be a harmful incident, so they shot at the tyres of the security guard’s car until he lost control and collided with an electricity pole. Then the security guard shot himself and his girlfriend and both were severely injured but are still alive in hospital.

At the incident scene officers found a silver/bronze “Toyota Vios” (license number CHOR YOR-7571 Bangkok) had collided with the fence of the grocery store and got severely damaged and both the front and back tyres on the right side were shot out and were torn. At the back door on the left side they found traces of shooting from inside the vehicle, causing panels to be pierced. After inspecting in the car, the police found that two people had got injured and they were identified as 20-year old Mr. Siwanatphiphat Rattanapim or “Nut, (the driver). He is a security guard with Thia Oil Refinery and lives at house No. 98/54 Moo 10 at Thoongsukkhala, in the city of Sriracha, just south of Pattaya. He was shot with his own .38-calibre revolver in the right temple of his head and the bullet had exited through his left temple, leaving him severely injured. The injured female victim was identified as Mrs. Chanyanan Laosamrong or “Oh,” (aged 35-years), of 678/49 Suanroongroj Village, at Naklua, in north Pattaya. She had been shot with the same weapon, in her breast and a bullet had scraped her right cheek. Initially both of them were still conscious, so officers sent them to Bangkok-Pattaya International Hospital for urgent treatment.


Police officers inspected in the car and found bloodstains all over the car and there was a .38-calibre revolver with some remaining cartridges that had fallen inside the car. They also found a note that had been written on paper in lipstick with the text stating, – “I am kidnapped and he has a gun, help me please.” So the police kept this for evidence.

With questioning Police Senior Sgt. Maj. Sombat Mahawangsawat (Squad Leader of Pattaya City Police Station) stated that before incident occurred he was notified by the housekeeper of the ‘Wong Ammat Residence Hotel’ in Soi 16, off Pattaya’-Naklua Road, that there was a man pointing a gun at a woman in a car. He rapidly sped to the scene, but when the man saw the police, he then quickly drove his car to escape, so Police Senior Sgt. Maj. Sombat used radio communication to inform the inspector of police and drove his car to follow the trouble maker’s car closely. He was afraid that other people would be harmed during this incident so he decided to take out his own gun to shoot out the trouble maker’s tyres, so it lost control and collided with the electricity post in front of the ‘car tent.’ However, the trouble maker used his gun to shoot himself and his girlfriend and this resulted in both of them getting severely injured.

Police Col. Chatchaphol Phattarasiriporn, (the expert investigation officer), revealed that from questioning the parents that came to take care of their son Mr. Siwanatphiphat (the troublemaker), the police found that Mr. Siwanatphiphat had only been associated with Mrs. Chanyanan for a short period of time and they always quarreled. Initially, the police assumed that the cause of this incident was from jealousy, so Mr. Siwanatphiphat decided to use the gun to shoot Mrs. Chanyanan, (causing her to get severely injured), then he used the same gun to shoot himself in the temple, in order to commit suicide. However, the police have to wait until the two people recover in order to question them further and find the actual cause of this incident. It never seems that a lover’s quarrel would be worth the taking of your own life or someone else’s and it is better just to walk away from such an argument.


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