On Monday morning, October 2, in the Lad Krabang area of Bangkok, a grim discovery was made inside a shipping container. Two bodies, one male and one female, were found in an advanced state of decomposition. The container had been transported from the Philippines, having originated there on September 24. It arrived at Laem Chabang Port in Chonburi Province on September 28, before being transferred to the ICD warehouse around 5:00 a.m. on the day of the discovery. Warehouse personnel opened the container to clean it and were shocked to find the two deceased individuals. The police were immediately called to conduct an investigation.
The container has dimensions of 6 meters in length, 2.44 meters in width, and 2.55 meters in height. The container is two stories thick. The female body had a gold ring, while the male was found wearing shorts but no shirt. He had tattoos on his chest, arms, and back. Officials estimate that the bodies had been deceased for approximately two weeks and did not die in Thailand.
No documents were found with the bodies, and there were no signs of struggle or wounds. The investigating inspector from the Nopphawong Railway Police Station, Police Lieutenant Colonel, plans to thoroughly interrogate the van owner, the companies involved in transporting the container, as well as relevant officials and administrators. Additionally, they will collaborate with the Philippine Embassy to determine if any individuals are reported missing. All evidence collected at the scene has been transported to the police hospital for forensic examination.