“A lady had epilepsy while driving and couldn’t control the car which went into Erawan Shrine," a police commander...
Two Malaysians and a Pakistani national were arrested
Main suspect stated in an exit document his final destination was Beijing, via New Delhi, police said.
Thai police have ruled out international militants as responsible for the attack but have not said why nor what they believe...
Thai authorities were no closer to establishing a motive for the high-profile attack
The military has speculated the perpetrators could have been members of a human trafficking gang frustrated by a police crackdown.
Initial speculation that the plot could be the work of an international terror network has for now been set aside.
The government says the attack was aimed at wrecking the economy, which depends heavily on tourism.
Hong Kong's government was one of the first to warn citizens to steer clear of the area
National police chief Somyot Pumpanmuang said the suspect was wearing a yellow shirt and could be Thai or a foreigner.
"I'm not an animal. I'm human, I'm human"
Police also said arrest warrants have been issued for three fresh suspects still at large, two of whom have names which appear...
The motive for the shrine attack -- Thailand's worst single mass-casualty attack -- remains shrouded in mystery.
Police were hunting for a 26-year-old Thai woman and a foreign man in his 40s
Speculation has focused on which groups could have motive and capability to carry out the bombing.