Young woman found dead at plantation

Young woman found dead at plantation

Police from Tha Sala district in Nakhon Si Thammarat at the cottage in a rubber plantation where a young woman was found dead early on Tuesday. (Photo by Nujaree Raekrun)
Police from Tha Sala district in Nakhon Si Thammarat at the cottage in a rubber plantation where a young woman was found dead early on Tuesday. (Photo by Nujaree Raekrun)

NAKHON SI THAMMARAT: A young woman was found dead, foam coming from her mouth, in a cottage on a rubber plantation in Tha Sala district early on Tuesday, police said.

Police, a doctor from Tha Sala Hospital and charity foundation rescuers rushed to the plantation at Moo 3 village in tambon Talingchan after receiving a call about 1am. 

Marisa Wiboonsilp, 22, was found lying dead, foaming at the mouth, on the elevated floor of the wooden hut. She was wearing a pair of blue pants and black T-shirt. 

The police found six sachets of crystal methamphatamine, or ice, and some drug-taking equipment near her body.

Investigators learned the young woman had previously been treated for a nervous disorder at Tha Sala Hospital.

Witnesses told police the woman was seen arriving earlier at the plantation with two or three young male companions.

Pol Col Anan Harikchan, the Tha Sala police chief, said the cause of death was still not known, pending the result of an autopsy at Maharat Nakhon Si Thammarat Hospital.

Police were looking for the men who were with her at the rubber plantation, for questioning.


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