Missing CCTVs trigger Pattani alert

Missing CCTVs trigger Pattani alert

Soldiers and police examine a power pole. Photo by Abdullah Benjakat
Soldiers and police examine a power pole. Photo by Abdullah Benjakat

Police and military teams are investigating the disappearance of security cameras from four locations in Thung Yang Daeng district of Pattani in the deep South.

The cameras were part of a closed-circuit network used to monitor a district that has witnessed deadly insurgency-related violence in recent years.

Officials said two were missing from the intersection at Ban Paku, one from the three-way junction at Ban Ma Mue Kha, two from the three-way junction at Ban Talo Tono, and one from in front of Khao Din School at Ban Talo Tono. Their installation points had also been destroyed.

All the locations are in Thung Yang Daeng's tambon Paku. Rangers from Company 4416 and forensic police were dispatched to the area yesterday to investigate.


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