Hans Peter Mack Wiki – Hans Peter Mack Biography

The body of a German property magnate who went missing last week has been found dismembered and stuffed inside a freezer in a rental house in Thailand, according to local reports. Expat Hans Peter Mack, 62, had been missing since July 4 when his 24-year-old Thai wife said she had not returned home from a business meeting, according to the Bangkok Post.

His remains were discovered in the cooler Monday night at the Pattaya home reportedly rented by a German friend of Mack’s, the Pattaya News reported, citing a neighbor.

Banglamung officials confirmed that the severed body parts that were placed in garbage bags and then put in the freezer belonged to Mack, according to the local outlet. Investigators were herded to the home after surveillance video captured the same freezer loaded in the back of a black van being transported by what appeared to be foreign nationals, the Pattaya News reported.


Hans Peter Mack Age

The age of Hans Peter Mack was 62 year.

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Hans Peter Mack cause of death

A neighbor, Rewat Rodchuen, 35, told the publication that a German man named Olaf and a disabled German woman lived in the house for about three months and were partners with Mack. Both were questioned along with a third German, and police believe Thai nationals may also have been involved in Mack’s murder, according to the outlet.


Before investigators made the grisly discovery, police found Mack’s car abandoned in a condominium parking lot Sunday morning. The Mercedes-Benz E350 had traces of coolant or bleach on its seats, dashboard, steering wheel and gearbox, Pol Maj Gen Theerachai Chamnanmor, chief of investigation for Region 2 of the Provincial Police, told the Bangkok Post.

“There was an intent to destroy evidence and the case indicates that the disappearance of Mr. Hans-Peter Ralter Mack was suspicious,” Pol Maj Gen Theerachai said. A local food vendor told the publication that she saw two women get out of the vehicle that was parked there a few days earlier.

Mack’s family had offered a reward of three million baht, equivalent to about US$85,900, for information leading to his safe return. Her wife, Piraya Boonmak, said he had not met her for a scheduled lunch date. When she tried to call him, he didn’t answer and sent her a text saying that she would call him back.


After further attempts to contact him, she allegedly sent a text at 10 p.m. that she was still with a business client. – but Boonmak said Mack never texted her in their five years together, Thai PBS World reported.Read More…….. 

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