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Deadly Seduction: Cyanide Killer’s Chilling Connection to Police Officer Unveiled!

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Significant advancements in the serial murder investigation of Sararat “Aem” Rangsiwuthaporn, also known as “Aem Cyanide” have incriminated an unnamed police officer. As the former wife of a high-ranking police officer, Sararat, 36, is the primary suspect in 14 murders and one attempted murder.

Deputy National Police Chief, Pol Gen Surachate Hakparn, confirmed that an application for a court arrest warrant for the unnamed officer will be submitted in the next few days. Evidence gathered so far has led to the issuance of arrest warrants for Ms. Sararat in 10 cases.

The investigation took a significant turn when the late Siriporn “Koy” Khanwong’s mother and elder sister lodged a complaint. Siriporn’s death came after ingesting cyanide poisoning while releasing fish with Ms. Sararat in a merit-making activity at the Mae Klong River. Subsequently, investigators found cyanide traces in Siriporn’s body and believed Ms. Sararat mixed the lethal substance in her food before stealing from the deceased.

Besides the unnamed police officer, investigators also found the source of the cyanide purchased by the suspect. Pol Gen Surachate explained that the company supplying the substance is based in Bangkok, and with the upcoming court search warrant, the Department of Industrial Works and Food and Drug Administration will examine its importation and objectives.

Ms. Sararat is currently being held in custody at the Central Women’s Correctional Institute. Meanwhile, her former police husband recently testified to investigators, stating that he continued to live with her after their divorce. Furthermore, the deputy police chief added that they have information about other people who came into contact with the suspect and died mysteriously, prompting further investigation of unnatural deaths.

Pol Gen Surachate urged relatives of people who had died after meeting and sharing meals with the suspect to contact him at the Royal Thai Police Sports Club on Vibhavadi Rangsit Road. Additionally, police station chiefs in areas where the murders occurred must investigate other cases of unnatural deaths, such as those with green hands or fingernails.

The national police chief, Pol Gen Damrongsak Kittiprapas, will meet the investigation teams on Wednesday. On Monday, the mother of a woman who died in Bangkok seven years ago, believed to be Ms. Sararat’s 15th cyanide-poisoning victim, met with CSD police investigators.

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