Following my post yesterday: Here’s the latest from my WSJ colleagues in Bangkok:
Thailand’s prime minister urged the main suspect in the bombing that killed 20 people in Bangkok this week to turn himself in, while police released a sketch of the alleged bomber and described him for the first time as a foreigner.
Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha’s remarks on Wednesday also acknowledged that the investigators were attempting to track down a wider-ranging network that they say is responsible for Monday’s blast at a shrine in the center of the city.
Meanwhile, inserted above and on YouTube here: an embeddable version of the dash cam footage showing the blast.
And here’s footage of the explosion at the Chao Phraya river on Tuesday.
To follow up on my previous post about the cryptic “SEJEAL” stickers:
The Bangkok Post reports today:
The mysterious stickers found posted along a road in Klong Toey district definitely belonged to the group of suspects believed to have been involved in the Feb 14 bombings on Sukhumvit Soi 71, police said.
Fifty-two stickers bearing the word “Sejeal” were found on electricity posts and signboards on Duang Phithak Road.
“We are sure they belong to the suspects, as we found about 300 similar stickers at a house rented by Leila Rohani, one of the five suspects,” said a police source inside the Metropolitan Police’s investigation team in charge of the case.
The officer said authorities believed the stickers were used to mark the escape route for the gang members after they completed a bombing mission, rather than marking potential target sites.
Examinations of the stickers found a phrase which indicated that they were produced outside the country, said the source. Investigators were trying to locate the sticker’s manufacturer.
“It is very likely that Ms Leila brought them in from a foreign country,” he said.