Man murders ex-girlfriend, friend performs lifeless to survive in Pattaya

A man murdered his ex-girlfriend in front of Mantra Pura Resort in Pattaya within the early hours of this morning. The victim’s friend pretended to be useless to save her personal life.
Officers from Mueang Pattaya Police Station and a rescue team were knowledgeable of the taking pictures incident and rushed to the resort at four.30am. Upon reaching the location, officers found two ladies lying on top of one another in entrance of the resort.
The first victim, 32 yr previous Juthatip Aryu-yuen, had two gunshot wounds to her face and neck. The other victim, identified as Apatsanan Traisopin, lay beneath Juthathip’s body and was unharmed however shocked and shaking.
The rescue staff tried to revive Juthatip via CPR but, sadly, she did not respond to therapy. She was then taken to Bangkok Pattaya Hospital to see if they might save her but, unfortunately, she handed away.
Apatsanan reported that the alleged gunman was Juthatip’s ex-boyfriend. He parked his motorbike in front of the resort and shot Juthatip. Apatsanan advised police that Juthatip was worried that she can be injured. She held her tight to guard her and received shot twice.
Apatsanan mentioned she and Juthatip fell onto the ground. Billion was scared that the gunman would come to get her, so she pretended to be dead. the gunman then ran again to his bike and rode off.
Apatsanan described the perpetrator as sporting a black shirt and driving a Honda Forza bike. The authorities are investigating the case and checking security cameras along the highway in front of the resort and questioning people in the area to apprehend the suspect.
Unfortunately, murder and violent acts ensuing from a love affair are widespread bedfellows in Thailand.
Three weeks in the past, two Thai women were murdered by their lovers. A 21 yr old lady named Chonnikarrn Guakhuntod was stabbed to dying at a restaurant within the jap province of Trat. Another woman, 28 yr old Natticha Rodart, was murdered after hiding in a sauna tent before the murderer, her boyfriend, committed suicide.
In another incident in February, a jealous husband stabbed his wife with scissors in front of their 14 yr outdated son at their house in Pattaya. The son alerted the police to assist his mom, but it was too late.
If anybody experiences home violence or witnesses any violent acts, please report it to the authorities by way of hotlines like Social Assistance Centre 1300, Childline 1387, Patrol and Special Operation Police 191, and Office of the Attorney General 1157..

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