Report: Thai police arrested 3 more in Bangkok bomb plot

By JPOST.COM STAFF
February 27, 2012 09:51

 
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Thai police arrested on Sunday three Iranians for alleged involvement in a bomb plot in Bangkok two weeks ago, The Bangkok Post reported early Monday morning.

The three suspects lived in the Naza Vegas building in the Watthana district, home to fellow suspect Leila Rohani.

Police tracked down one of the suspects, a 33-year-old man, from information found in the SIM cards of the first two suspects detained in the case. A chef from the Soi Nana hotel who is believed to have provided the 33-year-old with food was also arrested as well as the chef's wife.

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