The Latest: Thai military find 2 new suspects in bombing probe

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BANGKOK (AP) — The latest on a review in a Bangkok tabernacle bombing (all times local):


1 p.m.

Thai military contend they are seeking dual new suspects — a Thai lady and a unfamiliar male of different nationality — in a widening review into Bangkok’s lethal bombing dual weeks ago.

The military expelled a print of a woman’s Thai marker label and a blueprint of a male in a televised proclamation Monday.

The Aug. 17 bombing of a Erawan Shrine in executive Bangkok left 20 people passed and some-more than 120 injured.

On Saturday, military arrested a male from an unit in Bangkok’s hinterland and seized bomb-making equipment. More bomb-making materials were found in a second unit during a apart raid in a circuitously area of Min Buri.

National military orator Prawuth Thavornsiri pronounced Monday a unit in Min Buri was rented by a Thai lady who is being sought. During a broadcast, military showed her ID design in that she is wearing a black headscarf.

He pronounced a male is believed to have lived in a apartment.


10:30 a.m.

Thai military probing Bangkok’s lethal bombing contend they have detected bomb-making materials during a raid of a second unit on a hinterland of a capital.

National military orator Prawuth Thavornsiri pronounced Monday that military found fertilizer, gun powder, digital clocks and remote-controlled cars whose tools can be used for detonation, among other items, during a raid over a weekend during an unit in Bangkok’s Min Buri district.

Prawuth pronounced “these are bomb-making materials” and combined that military are looking to emanate 3 or 4 detain warrants though declined to give some-more details.

Min Buri is nearby a area where military on Saturday arrested an unnamed immigrant and seized a trove of bomb-making apparatus that enclosed detonators and round bearings.

Prawuth pronounced Saturday a man’s nationality is still not known. He pronounced “we are really certain he’s partial of a network” that carried out a Aug. 17 bombing.

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