Thai police have released a detailed electronic sketch of the suspected Bangkok bomber who they believe killed 20 people Monday
Police say they believe the bomber responsible for the Erawan Hindu Shrine bombing in Bangkok might have had accomplices and they are offering a one million baht (£17,935) reward for anyone who can provide information leading to his arrest. A police sketch has been released of the bomber who left explosives at the shrine on Monday.
On Tuesday, the police released distorted closed-circuit television (CCTV) footage of the suspected bomber. Spokesman Prawut Thawornsiri made a statement regarding the man in a yellow T-shirt and shorts who appeared on the footage time-stamped minutes before the explosion;
We suspect he is the bomber. We are also looking for other suspects in connection with the blast. These types of attacks are not usually planned by one person alone.”
Officials say the sketch could help locate the man seen in the footage as rescue efforts continue this week. The bomb blasted in the commercial centre of the Thai capital, killing at least 20 people and injuring at least 78. The explosion went off around 7 P.M. local time on Monday at the Bangkok shrine which has been re-opened Wednesday.