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Thai Woman missing after taking “teacher” to Rayong

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Thai Woman missing after taking “teacher” to Rayong

A screenshot of a Missing Person’s post made rounds on different Facebook groups calling to be vigilant as a Thai woman’s sister has gone missing for two weeks after taking a “teacher” to Rayong.

A certain Jamjit Polseepim had made an urgent appeal online after her sister went missing for two weeks. Nittaya Polseepim – or Neung, was taking a man who she believed was Tyler Smith to start a teaching job in Rayong.

After two weeks of being missing, her sister Jamjit discovered that the man was not Tyler Smith, but a certain Jackson Hall. Hall was arraigned in the US for first degree rape and first degree sodomy in 2015. It was also reported in the Cullman Times in the US that he was armed when police officers tried to arrest the suspect.

Jamjit’s post on “Teaching Jobs in Thailand” said that her family has sought  help from the US Embassy and was informed that Hall was using fake identification and has been overstaying in the Kingdom. She has also reported and filed a missing person’s blotter to the police but the police said that it might be difficult to track her sister down.

If anyone has seen Nittaya “Neung” Polseepim or Jackson Hall, please notify the police in your area discreetly.

Source: Thai Visa

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