Two pistols have been found near the crime scene where an Indian man with a history of criminal activity was murdered, but police are uncertain about their link to the murder.
The foreign man, 32, whose name and nationality was a subject of debate online due to alleged false identification records but who was identified by the foreign press as an Indian national raised in Canada from 7-years-old until being deported in 2016, was brutally shot with at least 10 gunshots after arriving at a parking lot of the pool villa about 10:30 PM. on Friday, February 4th.
On Thursday, a police search near a beachfront villa on Rawai Beach in found two handguns, a 9mm CZ semi-automatic pistol and a 9mm Walther automatic pistol. They were dumped into the sea, about 20 metres from the beach where Jimi “Slice” Sandhu was shot dead last Friday night.
Investigators said they were trying to find out whether the guns were used in the killing as they were registered to two Thai names.