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06 June 2014 :: 10:06:55 am 88598

Pattaya Police Found a Bomb in Bag

Pattaya police have found a bomb in a bag at the base of a tree. The police assumed that the owner hid it their due to the curfew checkpoints.
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PATTAYA – June 5, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 7.30 p.m.; Pol.Col. Tharmmanoon Munkhong (Superintendent of Banglamung police station, Chonburi province) was notified by Pol.Sen.Sgt.Maj. Prasitthiporn Thiangsong (Crime Protection and Suppression Squad Leader, Head of Nong Ket Noi Police Sub-Station) that he had found a bomb which had been discarded at the base of a tree on the side of route 36 (Ka Thing Lai – Rayong), entrance to Rayong province, opposite to Phongsiri Construction Materials Co., Ltd., Ban Nong Ket Noi, Moo 4 Tambon Nong Pla Lai, Amphur Banglamung, Chonburi province, so he rushed to inspect the scene together with Pol.Col. Thitawat Suriyachai (Investigation Superintendent, Section 2), Pol.Col. Chatchaphon Phattharasiriporn (Expert Inquiry Official of Banglamung police station), Mr. Praphan Prathoomchoomphu (Deputy District Chief of Stability Division) and the Explosive Ordnance Disposal team(EOD).


At the scene the officers found a suspicious looking bum-bag which contained 3 bombs, therefore the Explosive Ordnance Disposal officers covered it with a tyre and kept sealed off the area. Then the EOD officers used a rope to lightly pull the 3 suspicious objects from under the tree have inspect them and they found that there was 1 M67 bomb which was tied with adhesive tape and 2 explosive flares which were still usable so the officers defused them and then took them away to be destroyed.

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Pol.Col. Tharmmanoon revealed that previously there was a 10-wheeled-truck driver who had parked his truck so he could go to the toilet under a tree where he found the suspicious bum bag which had been left under the tree so he notified the police. From inspecting the bombs, the officers found that they were rather new and still live. They assumed that the owner might have hidden them there because he was afraid of being caught with them due to the laws The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) had announced. However, Pol.Col. Tharmmanoon said that he would like anybody who has any type of weapons to hand them and they won’t be prosecuted, but if they are caught with them especially at night they will be prosecuted according to Thai law.

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Reporter : Teerarak   Photo : Teerarak   Category : Crime News

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