Thai police issue 2 new arrest warrants after raid finds bomb-making materials

By REUTERS
August 31, 2015 08:32

 
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BANGKOK - Thai police probing a deadly bombing two weeks ago issued arrest warrants on Monday for two new suspects after a raid on a suburban apartment block uncovered possible bomb-making materials, a spokesman said.

Police were hunting for a 26-year-old Thai female and a foreign man after a weekend search on a property in the Min Buri district uncovered fertilizer, digital watches and an explosives detonator, police spokesman Prawut Thawornsiri said in a televised announcement.

Police arrested an unidentified foreign man in a high-profile raid on Saturday at a building in nearby Nong Chok, where they discovered explosives and piles of fake passports.

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