An unidentified body found last Friday with what Chonburi police said was facial damage died of cardiac arrest, according to an autopsy result.
Our previous story:
An unidentified body of a man with severe damage to his face was discovered by a Chonburi local yesterday, October 14th.
Now for our update:
Pol. Col. Navin Sinthurat, superintendent of the Banglamung police station, re-examined the incident scene where a male body in a red shirt was found on Friday on Soi Nong Hiang in the Nong Pla Lai subdistrict of Banglamung, Chonburi.
The tree branches, which were found covering the body, were undergoing a fingerprint identification process, according to Pol. Col. Navin. Meanwhile, the cause of death was determined by a forensic team at the Police Hospital as a “cardiac arrest.”
No wounds or signs of an attack were found on the body, and the facial damage was caused by the man being dead for a long time, the forensic team said.
The body’s fingerprints did not match with any in the civil registration system, so Banglamung police assumed that the man may be a foreigner and have come from a neighboring country.
However, Pol. Col. Navin would carry on with the investigation and search the construction sites nearby for more leads, running on an assumption that the man may have been a missing migrant construction worker.
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