Interpol Red Notices issued for 2 Canadians wanted for Phuket hit job

Interpol has issued Red Notices for both suspects wanted in the targeted killing of an Indian nationwide in Phuket. Alleged gang member Jimi “Slice” Sandhu was gunned down in the car park of his villa close to Rawai beach on the evening of February four. Police are trying to find 2 ex-servicemen from Canada in relation to the killing, believed to be a focused hit in a dispute between felony gangs.
According to a Thai PBS World report, Interpol has issued the Red Notices to all 195 member nations, including Thailand. Moneyback carry warnings for police in all international locations to watch out when arresting the lads, who have been described as, “armed, harmful, an escape risk, suicidal, and violent”. They have been named as Matthew Leandre Ovide Dupre and Gene Karl Lahrkamp, each 37 years of age.
Thai police investigating Sandhu’s homicide found several spent shells at the scene of the crime and in an extra search, officers recovered a semi-automatic Walther PPK and a CZ, another semi-automatic pistol, both of which had been discarded within the waters off Rawai beach. It’s understood the suspects arrived in Thailand round 6 weeks before the homicide, flying out 2 days after it.
Meanwhile, the useless man, who emigrated to Canada together with his mother and father as a baby, was deported from Canada in 2016 for what officers mentioned were criminal activities. He is believed to have been concerned in medicine crimes and since his deportation, has spent his time between Dubai and Southeast Asia. He arrived in Thailand by non-public jet from Malaysia in late January, getting into on a faux passport..

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