Thailand: Asks Interpol’s help in tracking down a suspect in a bomb attack

Published August 24, 2015 by godshope1971

Thailand has asked the International Police (Interpol) to assist them in reaching a young man think he put a bomb in Bangkok killed 20 people and sent them a photo of the suspect.

The military government initially hesitated to ask for outside help in the investigations into the blast, which occurred a famous religious shrine on Monday also led to the wounding dozens of people.

He told the deputy spokesman for the Thai Kisana Vacancharwin police spokesman told Reuters: “We have sent a request for help.”

There was no announcement of any responsibility for the bombing, the police did not come to the motive behind a bomb explosion the worst ever in Thailand.

Police suspect that the young man, who was seen in a video clip surveillance camera picked up a bag on his back down from the shrine inside the densely such as foreign Alanfjar-. But Kisana said that Thai police did not focus on a foreign country or a particular region in the request for assistance submitted to Interpol. ∞∞∞∞∞ CLICK HERE FOR MORE »»»»


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