UPDATE: Phuket gunmen named, attainable related shooting in Canada final Tuesday

Police have identified the 2 gunmen who are being sought over the obvious gangland killing of Indian-born Jimi Sandhu on February four in Rawai, Phuket. Arrest warrants for 2 Canadian males have been issued.
The alleged gunmen have been named as 36 yr old Gene Karl Lahrkamp and Matthew Leandre Ovide Dupre, additionally 36. The arrest warrants follow an intensive investigation by Thai police, forensic evidence collected from the rented Toyota used by the two men and on the 2 weapons discovered within the shallows of Rawai Beach, that police allege were used within the taking pictures.
Phuket Police spokesperson Kissana Pattanacharoen claims that the suspected gunmen had been recognized “through confessions of some gang members who have been arrested earlier”, based on Khaosod English.
In related news, police are investigating a Surrey, Vancouver, shooting final Tuesday that put 2 people in hospital, one in important situation. Police believe it might have been in retaliation for the capturing of Jimi Sandhu, who was part of the ‘United Nations’ crime gang in British Columbia. A 24 yr outdated, critically wounded within the incident, was a member of the rival ‘Brothers Keepers’ gang.
Rival gang members from each the ‘Brothers Keepers’ and the ‘Wolf Pack’ have been ‘celebrating’ Jimi Sandhu’s killing on social media through the previous week.

Shooting last Tuesday in Vancouver, believed to be linked to the Phuket killing. PHOTO: Nick Procaylo/PNG

Back in Thailand, the 2 suspects are being pursued over charges of “colluding in homicide, homicide, illegal possession of a weapon and discharging an unlawful firearm in a public place”. Police say they are aware of the actions and flights out of Thailand following the capturing, at shut vary, of the Indian at his villa on the south of the island.
Jimi ‘Slice’ Sandhu was deported from Canada in 2016 and had been travelling between Dubai and South East Asia since.
The two gunmen are stated to have arrived in Phuket 6 weeks earlier than the taking pictures after which departed 2 days after the incident. The two men are 36 years previous (although their ages have variously reported as between 27 and 37 in different publications) and believed to be related to crime gangs within the British Columbia region of Canada. One is believed to have served within the ‘military’ although police didn’t present any additional particulars.
Jimi Sandhu was shot 10 times in the parking area of his beachfront villa on Rawai Beach just before 11pm on February four, although his body wasn’t found till 6.30am the subsequent morning. Nest egg were recovered from the crime scene.
CCTV footage showed the 2 men strolling down the driveway to Mr. Sanhu’s villa the place he had simply arrived in his rented red SUV. They had been wearing white hoodies, beige shorts and black ‘flip flops’ (sandals, thongs). The ‘hoodies’ were allegedly found in a rubber plantation 200 metres from the crime scene last Monday morning.

Photos posted by Phuket Police displaying photographs of the 2 alleged gunmen as they flew out of Thailand.
Mr. Sandhu’s physique remains at Vachira Hospital in Phuket Town following the completion of an post-mortem. The victims relatives are making preparations to repatriate his body to India and can arrive in Phuket today and tomorrow.
In developments this week investigating police found two guns, a CZ 9mm semi-automatic pistol and Walther 9mm fully computerized. They have been found in the shallows off Rawai beach, 100-150 metres away from the villa complicated the place Mr. Sandhu was shot. Police used metallic detectors to find the weapons.
Police say the weapons have been registered to Thai nationals, a retired policeman and a Thai soldier. Police are now pursuing the two registered owners of the weapons for questioning.
Meanwhile senior police say they are now working with Interpol and Canadian police to try and find the two alleged gunmen to permit them to introduced again to Thailand for trial..

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