Six home-made bombs hit Phatthalung

Six home-made bombs hit Phatthalung

PHATTHALUNG: Six home-made bombs exploded at six different spots in Pak Phayun district of this southern province on Sunday morning, but caused no casualties, according to media reports.

The first and second bombs went off in grocery shops - one in Moo 3 and the other in Moo 11 village - and the third at a different location in Moo 11, all in tambon Don Pradu. The shops were slightly damaged.

The fourth bomb reportedly went off at a bicycle shop in tambon Pak Phayun.

The fifth exploded in a trash bin behind the Pak Phayun Kindergarten, media reports said, while the sixth went off in front of a petrol station in Pak Phayun district, damaging a car.

The six explosions reportedly occurred between 4am-4.30am.

Early reports said there no casualties from the six bombs, 

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