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Songkhla police on Monday released footage of two men suspected of carrying out the car bomb attack at the Lee Gardens Plaza Hotel on Saturday. 

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Bomb suspects caught on video

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Songkhla police on Monday released footage of two men suspected of carrying out the car bomb attack at the Lee Gardens Plaza Hotel on Saturday, naming one as being wanted for questioning on other attacks.

The suspects, both estimated to be 170cm tall, were caught on the hotel’s security cameras as they were walking upstairs from one of the five underground parking floors, Level B4, which is close to the spot where the deadly explosion took place, and exiting through the entrance ramp of the parking lot.

The men were wearing jeans, black jackets and black caps to cover their faces.

One of the suspects has been identified as Jaemah Wani, a resident of Songkhla’s Chana district, who is alleged to have been involved in insurgent attacks in his hometown. Police are still trying to identify the other man.

No parking ticket was given to the driver when the vehicle entered the carpark. Police said staff in the ticket booth may have failed to notice it.

Police on Sunday identified the owner of the car used in Saturday’s attack as Thanasorn Kuasook, ex-deputy chief of Choeng Khiri tambon administration organisation in Narathiwat's Sri Sakhon district.

He was killed by suspected militants in his hometown on Oct 23 last year and his car was stolen.

Further investigation found Thanasorn’s car was used as a getaway vehicle in a gun attack on a defence volunteer base in Yala’s Raman district on March 9 that left two defence volunteers dead and six firearms stolen. The car was also involved in an attack that killed a resident of Pattani’s Mayo district a few days earlier.

suspect – a person who is thought to have committed a crime ผู้ต้องสงสัย
footage – film or video of a particular subject or event ฟิลม์หรือคลิปภาพยนตร์ หรือวิดีโอ
estimated – thought to be a particular amount, size, etc. based on a guess or the best information available ประมาณการ
security camera – a camera that is put in a place to constantly record what happens there  กล้องวงจรปิดเพื่อรักษาการความปลอดภัย
spot – the particular place where someone or something is  ที่, สถานที่
exit – to leave ออก
ramp – a slope connecting two levels of a building, road etc ทางลาด,ด้านลาด
identify – to specify who someone is  ระบุชื่อ
resident – a person who lives in a particular area ผู้ที่อาศัยในท้องที่
alleged – claimed to be true, even though this has not yet been proved ที่กล่าวหา
involved – taking part or having a role in something เกี่ยวข้อง
insurgent – someone who belongs to a group of people fighting to take control of their country by force กลุ่มก่อการกบถ
staff – members of a group of workers in a big organisation พนักงาน
booth – a small enclosed space where you can buy things, look at things, or use a service บูธ / ซุ้ม / คูหา
notice – to see or hear somebody/something; to become aware of somebody/something สังเกต
ex- – former อดีต, ก่อนหน้า
deputy – a person whose rank is immediately below that of the leader of an organisation รอง
militant – someone who uses violent methods to achieve something   นักรบ
investigation – the process of trying to find out all the details or facts about something การสอบสวน
defence – protecting somebody/something from damage, attack, etc.  การป้องกัน, การต้าน, การพิทักษ์
volunteer – someone who joins a military force without being forced to do so อาสาสมัคร
base – a place where an army, a navy, etc. operates from ฐานทัพ, ฐานที่มั่น

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