During the interrogation, the two individuals chose not to provide statements, opting instead for their lawyers to speak on their behalf.
Subsequently, the police conducted a search of a residence located in the Chok Chai Garden 2 housing estate in tambon Nong Prue. This house belonged to one of the suspects; however, no suspicious items were discovered during the search.
Sources close to the investigation revealed that authorities had come across financial transactions amounting to approximately 2 million baht, which raised suspicions and could potentially be connected to Mack's disappearance.
Hans Peter Ralter Mack, aged 62, has been missing since July 4. According to his Thai wife, he departed their residence in Pattaya in his Mercedes-Benz to meet with a foreign property broker he had recently encountered.
On July 5, the family lodged a missing person report with the police and later offered a reward of 3 million baht for any information regarding Mack's whereabouts. Additionally, a reward of 100,000 baht was offered for the recovery of his car.
The silver Mercedes-Benz E350 was located by the police on Sunday morning in the parking lot of CC Condominium in tambon Nong Prue. The interior of the vehicle had been thoroughly cleaned, removing any potential evidence.