Three Weeks on, Cambodian Police Have no Leads on Missing Thai Pro-Democracy Activist

The Cambodian Police on Thursday said they have “no more new clues” as to the whereabouts of missing Thai activist Wanchalearm Satsaksit, who was abducted outside his apartment block, according to eyewitnesses.

The Thai activist, who fled to Cambodia after the 2014 coup in Thailand, and is part of the Red Shirts or pro-democracy United Front for Democracy Against Dictatorship. He went missing after being abducted by three masked and armed men on June 4, according to eyewitness accounts conveyed to VOA Khmer.

National Police spokesperson Chhay Kimkhoeun said the police had no new leads in the disappearance of Wanchalearm Satsaksit. It has been more than two weeks since the Thai government sent a diplomatic note asking Cambodian authorities to investigate media reports of the missing activist.

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