More body parts have been found following the weekend’s gruesome discovery of human parts across the Chao Phraya River.
Two more human parts were found in Pathumthani and Nonthaburi provinces this morning, Thai PBS reported.
A left leg was found near Wat Krern in Pathumthani’s Bangkadi district, while a right leg was found under Rama V bridge in Nonthaburi.
Scientists at the Institute of Forensic Medicine are examining the parts and comparing them with the four body parts found on Saturday and Sunday, which included a head, torso, an arm and part of a leg.
Police have yet to confirm if the body parts are from the same person.
Local Thai media have described the head as looking like it belonged to a “Kaek Kao” foreigner, meaning “pale-skinned Arab.”
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