Mukdahan killer 'knew the routes'

Mukdahan killer 'knew the routes'

The parents of a three-year-old girl who was found dead and naked in a forest in Mukdahan after disappearing from her home suspect their daughter was killed by a local villager.

Police returned to the scene of the crime to collect more DNA. They also questioned five people, according to local police sources.

The sources did not elaborate on the suspects behind the killing of their daughter, Orawan "Nong Chompoo'' Wongsricha.

Sawitri Wongsricha, the victim's 40-year-old mother, said she and her husband suspect the killer knew the routes and was not afraid to go into the forest.

Ms Sawitri said she does not know the identity of the suspect or what the motive was.

An autopsy to determine the cause of death and whether she had been sexually assaulted was promised.

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