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Seized guns thought linked to protests

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The seizure of two assault rifles from a car at a resort in Nakhon Nayok's Muang district on Friday has triggered concerns the weapons may have been intended to stir up political violence in Bangkok. 

The find has prompted the army to ratchet up its vigilance against weapons which could be brought into the city to stir unrest.

The firearms were found in a white Mazda parked at the entrance of Juntra Resort while police were investigating an unrelated theft complaint filed by a customer, Nakhon Nayok deputy superintendent Chatri Promlampak said.

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