A man has been executed, a first in eight years, according to the Corrections Department.
Teerasak Longji, 26, who was convicted of aggravated robbery, received a lethal injection at 3-6pm on Monday, said Pol Col Narat Svetanan, director-general of the department.
Teerasak robbed and killed a man in Trang province on July 17, 2012. He took a mobile phone and a wallet from the victim and stabbed him 24 times.
The first court handed down a death sentence on him, and the Appeal Court and the Supreme Court upheld it.
He was the seventh prisoner executed by lethal injection after the method replaced firing squad 15 years ago.
Since 1935, 325 convicts have been executed. Firing squad was used on 319 prisoners. The last time was on Dec 11, 2003.
Lethal injection replaced it on Dec 12, 2003. Before Teerasak, it was administered on Aug 24, 2009.
Punishments under the Thai Criminal Code are fining, asset seizures, detention, imprisonment and execution.