The Thai Police maintain the accusation of premeditated murder against the Spanish Daniel Sancho in its final report of the investigation into the death of Colombian Edwin Arrieta, which was delivered this Monday to the Prosecutor’s Office, police sources revealed to EFE today.

The Police of the island of Phangan (southern Thailand) accuse Sancho, after a two-month investigation, of premeditated murder and concealment of the bodythe same charges that were presented against the Spaniard on August 7, when he was brought to justice and entered into provisional prison.

The Samui Prosecutor’s Office confirmed to EFE this Monday that it had received the report from the police station in neighboring Phangan, where the alleged crime took place on August 2, which marks the end of the police investigation.

Among the evidence shown in the first weeks by the Thai authorities is the knife purchase receipt that Daniel Sancho made. In addition, the police did with Sancho a reconstruction of how he dismembered Edwin Arrieta.

Specific, Daniel Sancho confessed that it took him three hours to cut up the entire body. However, there are doubts about whether a single person is capable of dismembering a body in such a short time.