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Policeman nabs brick thrower, runs to keep holy vow

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KANCHANABURI - The 43-year-old policeman who tracked down the man who allegedly threw the brick that maimed a female university student has taken a 20-kilometre run to a nearby temple to fulfill his vow to a sacred Buddha image. 

The policeman who resolved the high-profile brick-hurling case in which a female university student was badly injured in Tha Maka district has run 20 kilometres from his home to a local temple to fulfill a vow to a sacred Buddha image. Photos by Piyarach Chongcharoen

Pol Lt Phuree Thianprapakul, the investigator in charge of the shocking brick-throwing case at Tha Rua police station, started his run from his police flat in Tha Maka district to Wat Tra Kham Ain at 6am on Tuesday.

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