Pol Lt Gen Kamronwit Thoopkrachang, the metropolitan police chief, on Sunday offered a reward of 2 million baht for audio and image clips or other evidence which can lead to the arrest of the gunmen who opened fire on police and protesters at the Thai-Japanese sports complex last week, killing two people.
The dead were Pol Sen Sgt Maj Narong Pitisit, who died on Thursday from a bullet wound to the chest, and Network of Students and People for Reform of Thailand (NSPRT) protester Wasu Suchantabut, 30, who succumbed to a gunshot wound early Friday.
An NSPRT security guard was also killed and three others wounded in a pre-dawn attack on Saturday.
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