By THE NATION
Four 9mm bullets were fired at the head of Linlada Phattanphan, 39, inside the temple. One of the witnesses reportedly said that a woman, who looked like a tomboy aged around 35-40 years, covering her face with a cap, came behind Linlada and shot her from close range.
CCTV footage showed the alleged shooter arriving at the temple in a black seven-seater car at 5.35am and fleeing the scene shortly after the shooting in the same vehicle.
Phasi Charoen station police said that later the same day a female police lance corporal, who was a unit commander of Immigration Police at Suvarnabhumi Airport, had turned herself in. Police are interrogating her.
A news source said that preliminary investigation revealed it was a crime of passion, as Linlada reportedly wanted to break up with the alleged shooter and start a relationship with another person.
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