Bodies found with gunshot wounds
TWO bodies have been found with gunshot wounds after a British man and his wife (left) went missing in Thailand last week.
Alan Hogg, 64, originally from Edinburgh, and his Thai wife Nott, 61, were reported missing by friends last week after failing to arrive at an appointment.
Two bodies with gunshot wounds were discovered buried in the garden of their property, Major General Sanpat Praputsra, Phrae’s police chief, revealed.
They are yet to be formally identified but next of kin in Scotland have been informed of the development.
Two men, Bia Kamsai and Kittipong Kamwan, both 27, were arrested on suspicion of murder and have allegedly confessed to the killings.
Police say they have claimed Mr Hogg’s brother-in-law, Warut Rattanasajakit, paid them about 50,000 baht (£1,172) to do it because of a family feud.
Rattanasajakit denies any involvement in their disappearance but has now been arrested in connection with the murder.