Songkhla police hunt four Hat Yai bombing suspects

May 08, 2014
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HAT YAI, Thailand – Authorities searched Wednesday (May 7th) for a car captured on CCTV picking up suspects in Tuesday's twin bombings that injured ten, local media reported.

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    Authorities also confirmed two bombings, not four as some media had earlier reported.

    Songkhla police are searching for the car to find the attackers, National News Bureau of Thailand reported. Police found the car's chassis number during an evidence search.

    Assistant National Police Chief Korkiat Wongworachart announced a Bt. 100,000 ($3,100) for information leading to the arrest of each of the four suspects, according to The Bangkok Post. Police believe the same group was responsible for bombings in Songkhla's Sadao district last year.

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