Police suspects 'more than one suspect' involved with Bangkok blast - says police chief

By REUTERS
August 19, 2015 10:21

 
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Thailand's national police chief says it is likely that there could be more than one suspect involved in the Bangkok shrine blast earlier this week.
"There is many possibilities (of the perpetrators) because I believe that it is unlikely that this attack would be carried out by one person. It is likely that many people are involved and has some sort of backing," said Police General Somyot Poompanmuang

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