Note found in Slym's room written by wife: Thai police

Note found in Slym's room written by wife: Thai police

In a fresh twist to the death of Karl Slym, Tata Motors Managing Director, Thai police said today that the 3-page handwritten note found in his hotel room from where he plunged to his death, was written by his wife Sally.

The note mentioned "domestic problems", Police Lieutenant Somyot Booyakaew said.
"The letter was written by Karl Slym's wife about domestic problems," Somyot told PTI, adding that Slym's death was not a murder.

51-year-old Slym's body was found on Sunday by the staff of the riverside Shangri-la Hotel on the balcony of the fourth floor after plunging from the 22nd floor.

He was here to attend a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Thai subsidiary of his company.

Somyot earlier said there were no signs of a struggle in the British national's room, which did not have a balcony but had a big sealed glass window and another smaller window that could be opened.

The room has a big sealed window overlooking the Chao Praya River and a smaller window which could be opened nearby.

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