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Police find 78 million baht in accounts linked to cyanide poisoning case

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Police investigating suspected serial killer Sararat “Am” Rangsiwuthaporn say they have found 78 million baht in accounts linked to her. Sararat has been dubbed “Cyanide Am” by some media outlets after she was arrested and charged with poisoning 10 people with the toxic chemical.

Thailand’s deputy national police chief Surachate Hakparn says officers have uncovered a trail of bank transfers to various accounts linked to Sararat. It’s understood the transfers were carried out by at least 12 different people.

Surachate says officers are now looking into the transactions to determine the reason behind them and the relationship between the suspect and those who made the transfers. He adds that as additional evidence comes to light, police may seek more arrest warrants for other individuals.

Sararat, who is 4 months pregnant, is accused of poisoning people to whom she owed significant amounts of money. She was arrested on April 25 after one alleged victim survived and filed a police report.

The suspect has so far been charged with 10 murders, out of a total of 14 being investigated. However, Surachate says officers believe they have enough evidence to charge her with all 14 deaths.

SOURCE: Nation Thailand

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