Young man’s body found in Suphan Buri with suspicious soda bottle
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Young man’s body found in Suphan Buri with suspicious soda bottle

Photo courtesy of KhaoSod

Young Man was found dead in his vehicle in Suphan Buri, with a suspiciously open soda bottle containing white sediment. Police are investigating, but the family does not suspect foul play.

Suphan Buri police were notified of the discovery of a deceased in a parked pickup truck near the library in Don Chedi Subdistrict. The incident was reported yesterday evening. Investigating officer Paritras Chuthong and a forensic doctor from Don Chedi Hospital immediately arrived at the scene.

The vehicle was identified as a Toyota pickup registered in Suphan Buri. The body of a man named Kai (pseudonym), a resident of Chai Nat Province, was found inside. The deceased was lying in the back seat, wearing a blue long-sleeved shirt and red shorts. His body showed no external injuries, KhaoSod reported.

An open bottle of soda with a white residue was found inside the vehicle, leading authorities to suspect the substance may have been toxic. Initial investigations suggest the man may have ingested the substance due to stress or personal issues. While the exact cause of death remains unknown pending further analysis, it is believed the man may have taken his own life due to these pressures.

In related news, police are urgently investigating the discovery of the body of a tattooed man, found with distinctive designs including a tiger on the front and a hermit on the back. The body was discovered by a cowherd near a remote irrigation canal.

Police were informed at 5:00 p.m. on July 8 about the presence of a dead man in a field in Moo 4, Tha Chumphon Sub-District, Photharam District, Ratchaburi Province. Police Lieutenant Colonel Planchai Chaiya, Deputy Inspector of Photharam Police Station, coordinated with the Photharam Hospital before rushing to the scene with Police Colonel Chatchanan Narawutporn, Superintendent of Photharam Police Station, investigators and rescue teams.

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