No money for rent, but 60 Million Baht in meth tablets left
A female landlord who went to one of her properties to pick up the monthly rent was shocked to find no tenant, but 60 million baht worth of meth.
A landlord in Chonburi came to her townhouse to collect rent from her tenant on Sunday September 10th, but instead, she found four fertilizer bags filled with THB60 million worth of methamphetamine tablets outside of her property and her tenant gone.
Sutheemat Singpakdee, 45, called the police after discovering 400,000 methamphetamine tablets, also known as yaba, outside the home she had rented to another woman, who had fled with all her belongings.
Police collected fingerprints from the bags for further investigation.
Sutheemat said the house was rented out to a 20-year-old woman named Kaysorn Kangrom for THB6,500 a month. She had lived at the townhouse with her husband, whose name was unknown, since April of 2015.
On Sunday at midday, Sutheemat made an appointment with Kaysorn to collect the rent, but all she found were the yaba bags.
Police said they would summon Kaysorn and her husband for questioning, MThai reported.