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« στις: Φεβρουάριος 16, 2019, 21:53:47 μμ »
Police are searching for a Greek man after a woman was found murdered in Phuket.
On Saturday, police were called to a rented room the Cherngtalay area of the island. Inside they found the battered body of the 44 year old woman.
Police say the woman had been been gagged and had her hands and feet tied. She had been dead for between 4 or 5 days.
Inside the room, the air conditioning had been left on and there was signs of a struggle. The woman had suffered wounds to her forehead and bruising to her body, Daily News reported.
The alarm was raised by the woman’s sister, who found the body and contacted the police.
The woman’s sister told police the Greek man, named as Dimitrios Chakaropolous, 43, (name transliterated) was jealous as his wife was still in regular contact with her ex husband, with police investigating this as a possible motive for the murder.
However, Daily News reported that Greek man left Thailand for Greece on February 11th.
This is a developing news story, more info as we get it.
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« Απάντηση #4 στις: Φεβρουάριος 20, 2019, 17:10:48 μμ »
Interpol Red Notice sought for Greek suspect over Phuket beautician murder


Greek national Dimitrios Chairopoulos was recorded as clearing Immigration at Phuket International Airport to board a flight to Dubai just hours after Ms Niramon was last seen alive.

PHUKET: Cherng Talay Police have filed a request for Interpol to issue Red Notice for the arrest of 42-year-old Greek national Dimitrios Chairopoulos, who is wanted for the murder of Phuket beautician Niramon Aewkaew.
The request was submitted with the Foreign Affairs Division of the Royal Thai Police and the Office of the Attorney-General in Bangkok yesterday, Cherng Talay Police Chief Col Serm Kwannimit confirmed to The Phuket News today (Feb 20).

“The request is for the Royal Thai Police to ask Interpol to issue a Red Notice for the arrest of Chairopoulos,” Col Serm added.
The request for the Interpol Red Notice follows Phuket Provincial Court on Monday (Feb 18) issuing a warrant for the arrest of Chairopoulos, Col Serm explained.
That arrest warrant was issued after Cherng Talay Police confirmed that Chairopoulos seen leaving the room at a guesthouse in Bang Tao where Ms Niramon’s body was found on Saturday (Feb 16).
Ms Niramon, 43, originally from Phatthalung, had been battered to death.
When Ms Niramon’s body was discovered, by her sister, her hands and feet were still bound and she had a black cloth stuffed into her mouth. (See story here.)

Police have confirmed that they are waiting for the results of a post-mortem examination to determine whether Ms Niramon was sexually assaulted.
Col Serm confirmed to The Phuket News today that Ms Niramon and Chairopoulos were married at the time of her death.
“Their marriage was registered at the Thalang District Office in 2017,” he said.

However, Col Serm also noted that one year earlier, in 2016, Ms Niramon filed a report at Cherng Talay Police Station alleging that Chairopoulos, in a jealous rage, had threatened to kill her if she ever left him.
Regardless, Ms Niramon went on to marry Chairopoulos the following year.
Col Serm said police had obtained CCTV footage showing showing the couple leaving the room in the afternoon of Feb 11 – the last time that Ms Niramon was seen alive.
The couple returned to the room that evening, but Chairopoulos was seen leaving the room alone that night, Col Serm explained.
Chairopoulos was reported as clearing Immigration to exit the country at Phuket International Airport at 10:14pm that same night.
“He had bought a ticket from Phuket to Dubai,” Col Serm said.

According to Phuket Immigration records, Chairopoulos boarded Emirates Flight EK0379 to Dubai, departing Phuket at 2am.
“We are already working on having Chairopoulos taken under arrest,” Col Serm said.
“We have already asked the Greek Embassy in Bangkok for their cooperation in arresting him. We have already sent them a copy of the arrest warrant,” he added.
“Staff at the Greek Embassy have already called me to confirm details of the case,” Col Serm said.

However, at this stage it has yet to be confirmed what action the Greek Embassy will take, he noted.



-- © Copyright Phuket News 2019-02-20
Read more at https://www.thephuketnews.com/interpol-red-notice-sought-for-greek-suspect-over-phuket-beautician-murder-70458.php
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Phuket police wait as Greek murder suspect remains at large abroad

PHUKET: The Chief of the Cherng Talay Police today confirmed that he has yet to be informed of any updates on the international hunt for Greek national Dimitrios Chairopoulos, who is wanted for the murder of local beautician Niramon Aewkaew in Phuket last month.




Chief Col Serm Kwannimit told The Phuket News today (Mar 13) that he has also yet to be informed of any explanations as to why his request for an Interpol Red Notice be issued for Chairopoulos’s arrest has not yet been granted.

The request was submitted on Feb 19.

However, Interpol has yet to post a Red Notice for his arrest.

“I still do not know where Mr Dimitrios Chairopoulos went. I know only the last place that he had entered, Dubai airport,” Col Serm told The Phuket News today.

“But if he does come back to Thailand, he will be arrested,” Col Serm assured.

Col Serm noted that the arrest warrant for Chairopoulos has been forwarded to every Immigration Bureau office throughout Thailand, as well as to Interpol and to the Greek embassy in Bangkok.

"The Greek embassy has contacted me. They inquired about the details of the case and told me that they will have a meeting about this special case, because this case is very serious,” he said.

“I have already submitted all the details of the case to the Foreign Affairs Division of the Royal Thai Police. Now the Foreign Affairs Division is currently processing the case, and they will send the case details to the Office of the Attorney General. After that, the Office of the Attorney General will proceed with the arrangements needed in order to have Chairopoulos arrested,” Col Serm said.


Dimitrios Chairopoulos. Photo: Immigration Bureau

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The warrant for Chairopoulos’s arrest was issued after Cherng Talay Police confirmed through CCTV footage that Chairopoulos, 42, was seen leaving the room at a guesthouse in Bang Tao where Ms Niramon’s body was found on Feb 16.

Ms Niramon, 43, originally from Phatthalung, had been battered to death. When Ms Niramon’s body was discovered, by her sister, her hands and feet were still bou


Read more at https://www.thephuketnews.com/phuket-police-wait-as-greek-murder-suspect-remains-at-large-abroad-70696.php#kJ44vO7DyLs71mLQ.99
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