Police said they detained 15 suspects including some military officers Saturday over a string of New Year's bombings that killed three people, wounded dozens of others and stunned the Thai capital.
Nearly 100 police officers and soldiers searched 18 locations early Saturday in Bangkok and its outlying suburbs where they detained the eight military officers and seven civilians, a police officer, who requested anonymity said. None of the suspects have been charged and no further details were released.
Among the locations searched was a community radio station in Lopburi just outside of Bangkok where authorities believe the bombs were assembled, police said.
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