Report: Thai police find bomb suspect's motorcycle

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February 18, 2012 23:27

 
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Police in Thailand Saturday located a motorcycle belonging to one of the suspects arrested in connection to a bomb plot in Bangkok last week, The Bangkok Post reported.

Bomb disposal officers and forensic teams were examining the motorcycle. The vehicle was discovered after a shop owner notified police that it had been left in front of his store for a long time, according to the report.

It was not clear if the motorcycle was purchased solely for transportation or if the suspects intended to use it as part of an attack.

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