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Police revealed a temple servant wanted for murder surrendered at Hat Yai police station yesterday at about 5pm. Pinyo Suwanno, who helps out at a temple near Niphat Songkhro 2 Road, Hat Yai Municipality, Songkhla Province, confessed to killing 47-year-old Thammarit Ngamchom because he overheard him plan a robbery of the temple. The 48 year old alleged murderer, also known as Wat Koh Sua, who lives at Wat Sisawangwong, revealed he overheard Thammarit talking to friends on the phone on a marble bench in front of Phrapariyattham School that it was safe to rob the temple as the abbot and […]

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