Police nab German man in Bangkok nightclub for German businessman’s murder

Nong Prue Police Station officers arrested a German man at a nightclub in the On Nut neighbourhood of Bangkok last evening for his involvement in the murder of a German businessman.
The 62 year outdated German real estate tycoon, Hans Peter Mack, disappeared from his house in Chon Buri province on July 4, triggering an investigation. After intensive efforts, Thai cops made a ugly discovery. Mack’s body had been dismembered and saved in a large freezer at a rental home in Pattaya.
A 52 year previous German girl named Nicole Frevel, who rented the home, claimed that she was unaware of the homicide. She stated she was compelled to keep the freezer in the house and was unaware of what was inside it. Prior to being questioned by the police, Frevel sustained accidents and was admitted to the hospital.
After questioning folks residing in the area, officers discovered that three people were residing on the premises including the useless German, one other German man named Olaf Thorsten Brinkmann, and a disabled girl. Child’s play revealed that a German girl, later recognized as Petra Christl Grundgreif, was also close to the three.
Following additional investigation, officers issued arrest warrants for 3 suspects together with fifty two yr outdated Brinkmann, 54 12 months old Grundgreif, and one other unidentified man whose reported to be a Pakistani man.
At 3.20pm yesterday, Grundgreif surrendered to the police. She appeared distressed and became enraged when Thai reporters approached her for interviews and photographs. Grundgreif’s legal team arrived on the scene, and no information from the next questioning was released to the basic public.
Later on, officers positioned and apprehended the remaining suspect, Brinkmann, at a nightclub in Bangkok’s On Nut neighbourhood. He was promptly taken to the Nong Prue Police Station for questioning, which went on for over five hours all through the night time.
During a press convention final evening, the Deputy Commissioner of the Royal Thai Police (RTP), Surachate “Big Joke” Hakparn, offered updates on the case to the media. He stated that the police had gathered adequate proof to arrest and cost the suspects, even if they denied any involvement.
Big Joke explained that the chief of the criminal gang was Brinkmann, and the motive for the murder was easy, the group merely needed to achieve financial revenue from the victim.
Big Joke revealed that Brinkmann positioned himself as a robust mafia figure within the Chon Buri and Pattaya areas. He would intimidate foreigners running businesses in Thailand, demanding cost for their protection. If anybody refused to conform, he would instruct Grundgreif to entice and kill these people.
The deputy commissioner also assured that the RTP would conduct an intensive investigation to target all overseas mafia and illegal foreign groups, making certain the security of each foreigners and locals in Thailand..

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