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A millionaire businesswoman has been found dead - buried in concrete in her refrigerator in Chiang Mai, northern Thailand

Millionaire businesswoman is found in concrete in her fridge: Thai police hunt for friend after thousands of pounds have been taken from the victim's bank account after death

  • Businesswoman Wannee Jiracharoenying was found dead in her fridge on Sunday
  • She was last seen in a local temple in Chiang Mai, northern Thailand
  • The police say that large amounts of money have been taken from her account and that bank cards are missing
  • Authorities looking for her boyfriend Uncle who has not been seen since death
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A millionaire businesswoman has been found dead – buried in concrete in her fridge.

Project developer Wannee Jiracharoenying, 58, had not been seen since October 18 after visiting a local temple in Chiang Mai, northern Thailand.

Her worried brother Woraphan Jiracharoenying, 59, traveled to the area to find her after she failed to reply to messages. Shockingly, her corpse was found on Sunday in her own fridge and buried in concrete.

Officers are now investigating the suspected murder of Wannee and are looking for her girlfriend, who has since disappeared.

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A millionaire businesswoman has been found dead - buried in concrete in her refrigerator in Chiang Mai, northern Thailand

Her worried brother Woraphan Jiracharoenying, 59, traveled to the area to find her after she failed to reply to messages

Her worried brother Woraphan Jiracharoenying, 59, traveled to the area to find her after she failed to reply to messages

A millionaire businesswoman has been found dead – buried in concrete in her refrigerator in Chiang Mai, northern Thailand. Her worried brother Woraphan Jiracharoenying, 59, traveled to the area to find her after she failed to reply to messages

Shockingly, her corpse was found on Sunday in her own fridge and buried in concrete

Shockingly, her corpse was found on Sunday in her own fridge and buried in concrete

Shockingly, her corpse was found on Sunday in her own fridge and buried in concrete

Wannee Jiracharoenying, 58, (photo) was a businesswoman who had donated hundreds of thousands of pounds to charities

Wannee Jiracharoenying, 58, (photo) was a businesswoman who had donated hundreds of thousands of pounds to charities

Wannee Jiracharoenying, 58, (photo) was a businesswoman who had donated hundreds of thousands of pounds to charities

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The police said that since then several large withdrawals have been made from Wannee's bank account and that her car and bank cards are also missing.

They believe that her friend, only known as Uncle, could possibly provide information about the death of Wannee, who had donated the equivalent of hundreds of thousands of pounds to charities.

General police bundle Tungkhaseranee said they are now checking border points in case the friend has fled abroad.

He said: & # 39; We contacted the bank where the deceased customer was and we were informed that someone was withdrawing the money after the woman was dead.

Wannee was found dead in her house (photo) after her brother was worried when she did not respond to his messages

Wannee was found dead in her house (photo) after her brother was worried when she did not respond to his messages

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Wannee was found dead in her house (photo) after her brother was worried when she did not respond to his messages

& # 39; On the day the family lost contact, the suspect pulled money from the cash machine in Chiang Mai and then to Chiang Rai and Mae Hong Son. He has already withdrawn a total of 1.2 million baht (£ 30,967). & # 39;

& # 39; The most recent information we have received from the bank is that the suspect has withdrawn the money again, but this time in Rayong, the cash machine's CCTV took part of their face.

& # 39; We think the offender committed the crime of stealing her money, perhaps because he heard she always donated a large sum to the temple and hospital. & # 39;

The police said they first discovered the body after the neighbors complained about a bad smell coming from the building.

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Colonel Kritsana Pattanacharoen, deputy police spokesperson, said the body was sent to Maharat Chiang Mai Hospital for identification and an autopsy.

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