Authorities on track for Bangkok Blast investigation


BANGKOK, 22 September 2015 – Officials are continuing their investigation, gathering all evidence and witnesses related to the bombing incident in Bangkok, according to the NCPO Spokesman.

The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) Spokesman Col Winthai Suwaree has said regarding the latest investigation progress for the bombing incident in Bangkok on the national television broadcast, that the court has issued additional arrest warrants for 13 suspects, two of which have already been captured and are being held in custody at the central prison.

He said that the officials are now working at full capacity to proceed with the investigation, to assist affected persons and to take care of the tourists. Foreign nations have been asked to provide all available information related to the suspects to the Thai authorities.

The general public are encouraged to report all information that would be beneficial to the investigation to the police or military officials by calling the 24-hour 1515 hotline.