Wanted posters of bombing suspects go up in Phuket
PHUKET: Wanted posters with photographs of the August 12 bombing suspects (story here) as well the suspects of the Samui bombing last year (story here) were put up in four hot spots on the island yesterday.
The four 3×4 meter posters show pictures of the eight suspects. The general public is being urged to contact the 24-hour hotline on 191 if they see anyone resembling the photos on the posters.
Two posters were put up at the Tah Chat Chai checkpoint for inbound and outbound motorists to see. A third was put up at the Phuket International Airport junction and the fourth erected at the Kathu junction just before Patong Hill.
The five suspects from the Mother’s Day bombings were named as Asmin Katemmadee, Hakim Dorloh, Seree Vaemamu, Rusalan Baima and Ahama Lengha.
The five suspects of the Central Festival bombing in Samui on April 10 last year were named as Asmin Katemmadee, Hakim Dorloh, Abdunloh Samae, Amman Vaedaramae and Muhamadyaki Salae.
Two of the suspects are believed to have been involved in both incidents.
Similar posters were also installed in several southern provinces yesterday, including Krabi.
— Kritsada Mueanhawong
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