A British pensioner and his Thai wife have been found brutally murdered in a beach resort bungalow on the Gulf of Thailand.
Police were today holding a security guard, a chef and a local fisherman over the murder.
They say the men were looking for cash but only got the equivalent of £41, a bank card and a mobile phone.
The victims were named as Michael Raymond, aged 68, and his Thai wife Suchada Bonkamdi, aged 52.
Their bodies were discovered yesterday afternoon by a maid at the Jack Beach Resort in Prachuap Khiri Khan, 180 miles south of Bangkok.
Both Mr Raymond and his wife had been severely beaten about the face and head.
Case officer Captain Winai Raila-aied said: 'They were beaten with a chair and other hard objects.
'At first two suspects - a chef and a security guard - admitted they had robbed the couple of 2,000 baht (£41), a mobile phone and a Bangkok Bank ATM card.
'Now all three have confessed to their wrongdoing.' Read More