Report: Mysterious stickers connected to Thai bomb plot

February 22, 2012 07:31


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The fifty-two mysterious stickers found on electricity posts and signboards in Bangkok belonged to the suspects believed to have carried out last week's blasts, Thai police were quoted in The Bangkok Post as saying. 

A police source from the investigation team in charge of the case said that the stickers are believed to have been used to mark the escape route for the terrorists.

Police reportedly found 300 similar stickers at a house rented by one of the five suspects.

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