Bangkok: Two Indians suspected to be involved in last month’s deadly Bangkok shrine bombing that killed 20 people have been detained, media reported on Monday.The two men were detained when a team of police and soldiers raided the Maimuna Garden Home Apartment building in Min Buri district for the second time on Sunday evening, the Bangkok Post reported.
The same apartments were raided on September 2, when security forces found bomb-making materials in Room No.9106 rented by Wanna Suansan, a Thai-Muslim woman wanted on suspicion of involvement in the August 17 Erawan Shrine bombing and the explosion at Sathon pier the following day.
An official said authorities searched the apartment building again, acting on information that some people believed involved in the bombings might still be there.
Two people whose identities were not disclosed were apprehended from one room. Each was carrying an Indian passport. They were taken away by military officials for questioning.