DSI Gives UK Police DNA For Missing ‘Thai Bride’

Published on 10th February 2019 by Stickboy BKK

DSI Gives UK Police DNA

The Department of Special Investigation has given British police evidence that could finally determine if the body of a murdered Asian woman found in England in 2004 is a missing “Thai bride”.

Director-General Pol. Col. Paisit Wongmuang said the DSI provided Britain’s National Crime Agency DNA samples provided by the parents of Lamduan Armitage, who hasn’t been heard from since 2004 but had been living in northern England with her British husband.

The family believes the remains of a Southeast Asian woman found in the Yorkshire Dales, a national park in northern England, is their daughter. Found partially clothed, the body was never claimed or identified. The parish council for nearby Horton in Ribblesdale gave her a funeral in 2007, carving into her headstone “The Lady of the Hills”.

Lamduan married the unidentified Brit in 1991 and they moved to the U.K. in 1995. North Yorkshire police have the name of the man.

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