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"Thai woman sought for bomb attack," reads the front page of Bangkok Post's Monday edition, following the weekend arrest of a suspect of unknown nationality.

In the widening investigation into Bangkok's deadly bombing two weeks ago, authorities are hunting for a Thai woman who left bomb-making materials in a rented apartment in Min Buri District in Bangkok.

The woman had then been identified as 26-year-old Wanna Suansun. Later in the day, Thai police obtained a second arrest warrant for an unidentified man of unknown nationality. Police are currently working with embassies to try to establish the man's nationality, who does not speak Thai but some English. Below are images of the two new suspects.

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The Bangkok Post added that "the two new arrest warrants raised to four the number of people now wanted under warrant for involvement in the Erawan shrine bombing on Aug. 17 that killed 20 people and injured 131 and the bomb explosion at Sathorn pier the following day."


ABOUT THE SOURCE: The Bangkok Post is a broadsheet English-language daily newspaper published in Thailand's capital. It was founded in 1946.

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