Police in Thailand took a Muslim man to re-enact how he allegedly stabbed to death a mother and daughter before dumping their bodies near a bridge in Narathiwat’s Rangae district.
The suspect, Hasan Jehha was thought to be making a kind gesture when he agreed to shelter Bismee Sulong and her her five-year-old daughter, Nassarin Mana, for the night after the woman told him they were fleeing domestic abuse. Instead, he made sexual advances at the woman and allegedly killed them both when she refused him.
Jehha was escorted by police to his father’s house in Moo 5 in Tambon Kalisa, where he allegedly stabbed Sulong, 27, and her daughter, Nassarin Mana, last Friday night.
Hasan was then taken to a bridge where he allegedly dumped the bodies. The bodies were found by local villagers on Saturday afternoon.
Speaking to a press conference, Pol Lt-General Ronnasilp Phusara, commissioner of Provincial Bureau 9, said Hasan had admitted that he committed the double murders.
Hasan invited the woman to his father’s house to use drugs that night and then tried to have sex with her, but she refused, prompting him to become angry and stab her.
The man said the girl had woken up and witnessed the killing so he also killed her.