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Police probe alibi in headless torso case

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Police have not yet ruled out a Kamphaeng Phet dentist as a suspect in the murder and dismemberment of a 24-year-old male bank employee. 

The dismembered and decapitated body of Kriangkrai Kwan-on was found stuffed inside two bags in a dry canal in Chai Nat early last week.

Deputy national police chief, Pol Col Aek Angsananont, said yesterday Chaiyaporn sae Ung, a dentist, remains a suspect in the case despite his claim of innocence on Monday.

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