Third suspect in Bangkok bombing arrested in Malaysia

By REUTERS
February 15, 2012 15:44

 
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The third suspect in Tuesday's attempted terrorist attack in Thailand was arrested Wednesday afternoon at Kuala Lumpur airport as he tried to board a plane to Tehran, Malaysian police said.




The suspect, in his 30s, had evaded authorities at Bangkok airport and flown to Malaysia.




Police inspector general Ismail Omar said he was arrested on intelligence from Thai authorities and was being investigated for "terrorism activities" related to the Bangkok bombings.


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