CSD police may take charge of recent bombing and arson case

CSD police may take charge of recent bombing and arson case

 

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Thailand’s national police chief, Pol Gen Chakthip Chaijinda, is expected to decide today (Wednesday) whether to transfer the case involving two suspects, held in police custody in connection with the bombing and arson attacks in Bangkok early this month, to the Crime Suppression Division (CSD) police.

 

An informed police source said that the CSD had made preparations to take over the case from the metropolitan police and to accommodate the two suspects, Wildon Maha and Luai Sae-ngae from the southern province of Narathiwat, who are being detained separately at Pathumwan and Bangrak police stations, after they were flown to Bangkok from the southern province of Yala.

 

After their arrest, at a road checkpoint in Chumpon province as they tried to flee Bangkok back to Narathiwat in a passenger van, Wildon and Luai were sent to the police operations centre in Yala for interrogation and were detained for about two weeks before being flown to Bangkok on Tuesday.

 

Source:  https://www.thaipbsworld.com/csd-police-may-take-charge-of-recent-bombing-and-arson-case/

 

 

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