Bar waitress is murdered, chopped in half and buried in a shallow grave by a killer with a ‘personal vendetta’ in Thailand
- WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT
- Warisara Klinju’s mutilated body found in Khon Kaen Province, northern Thailand
- She was murdered, sawn in half and buried in a shallow grave near a village
- Police believe the 23-year-old was killed by someone with a ‘personal vendetta’
A manhunt is underway in Thailand after a bar worker was murdered, cut in half and buried in a shallow grave by a killer with a ‘personal vendetta’.
Warisara Klinju’s mutilated body was found in plastic bags near a village in Khon Kaen Province, northeastern Thailand.
The 23-year-old had been killed before being sawn in half at the waist. The murderer had then stuffed her body into two bins.
Horrified farmers discovered the corpse in the middle of the afternoon before alerting police.
Officers said they believed the killer had a ‘personal grudge’ with Warisara.
Lt. Gen. Suan Khamai from the Khao Suan Kwang district police, said: ‘Villagers were walking and approached the area where the body was found.
‘There were black sheets and they began digging. When they opened the bag they found body parts. Police immediately rushed to the scene. ‘
Lt. Gen. Suan said that Warisara had worked nights in a city bar complex where she was a drinks hostess entertaining customers.
They identified her by distinctive tattoos on her back and a tattoo on her left chest which read ‘Poppy’.
He added: ‘The dead girl was killed elsewhere, cut somewhere else, then put into a bag and transported in a car to be buried in the area.
‘We believe this was a personal vendetta. When the opportunity arose they killed her and sliced the body into two pieces.
‘We expect it to be a person issue related to sex and relationships.’
Officers have now taken the body for DNA testing as they hunt the killer.