Sunday, 13 November 2016

11/13/2016 10:06:00 pm
Two Israelis arrested after grisly body find.

Simon Nittan, 50 was handcuffed after being dragged out of his house, yesterday.


Inside the house cops found the cut up, cement covered body of a man.

Police believe it is 63 year old Heliyahu Cohen, a former Israeli policeman who had been missing from a Charoen Sanitwong condo since Wednesday.

Relatives of the deceased had filed a missing person's report after his mysterious disappearance midweek.

After a grilling from a team of top investigators the suspect admitted to the killing but has yet to give a motive for the execution style murder.


His 17 year old son is now helping police with their enquiries to see if he was involved or not.

Police found the victim's Yaris car abandoned on the Bang Kruay - Sai Noi Road also in Bang Bua Thong, that is north west of Bangkok.

The suspect's Honda CBR was found parked at a PTT gas station six kilometers from the house where the body was found.

The suspect said the knife used in the killing was thrown in the trash but this has yet to be recovered by police.

The Israeli Embassy said that the suspect had murdered an Israeli national in Thailand 22 years ago.


It was not reported whether he had been arrested for that or done time.

Police understand that the suspect and the victim met originally in Khao Sarn Road. On Wednesday it is understood that they met at the PTT gas station then drove to the house in the Yaris.

The former cop was then murdered and cut up.

The suspect would not confirm or deny that the murder was because of a dispute over money as Thai police believe.

Investigations continue with the focus also on the 17 year old son who was not named.

Source: Daily News

UPDATE:

Father of Israeli suspect's wife seeks more help to find daughter.

Israeli facing murder charge, wife missing for over a year.


At 3pm, on the afternoon of November 13, Mr Anan Saeng-Urai made a statement to Bangbuathong Police that his daughter, thirty-seven year old Ms Nantiya Saeng-urai, has gone missing.

The sixty-two year old has informed officers that his daughter is married to Mr Shimon Biton, the Israeli facing murder charges after the body of his compatriot was found in a house in Bangbuathong district in Nonthaburi at the weekend.

Mr Anan has told officers that he has not been able to contact his daughter for just over a year.

He claims that he visited Biton after his arrest to ask about his daughter and was told she had been arrested on drugs charges in Laos.

However, The Laos Embassy has no knowledge of this.

He claims that Biton was jailed for murder in Kanchanaburi and served a ten year sentence before being deported. He says that in 2015 he found his way back into Thailand and rented a house in Bangbuathong.

His daughter then moved back in with Biton and he lost contact with her soon afterwards. He had tried visiting the house but found Biton had moved out and he lost contact with him until he read of his arrest.

Mr Anan has said he is afraid that his daughter may have come to harm and the police now are investigating her disappearence.

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