5 police kiosks set on hearth in Bangkok, no accidents reported

At least 5 police kiosks were set ablaze early this morning in Bangkok. The Metropolitan Police have opened an investigation to determine the cause for the fires. Police discovered the kiosks had been set on hearth sometime during final night’s curfew.
The Central Police Forensic Division sent teams to the varied kiosks, which had already had their fires put out by firefighters. The forensic police are on the lookout for clues to what they consider is arson. They say the fires have been the work of 1 coordinated group. They add that the fires were set sometime between 2:30am and 3am this morning. First, Concealed at the Saphan Kwai intersection was given the fire remedy, adopted by four others on the Pradipat, Si Ayutthaya, Mitsamphan, and Pibul Wattana intersections.
Greatest say a lot of the kiosks have been solely somewhat broken, but the one at the Pradipat intersection was closely broken. They add that no officers were damage because of the fires. They went on to say they may verify nearby CCTV footage to help determine who may be responsbile.
2 months prior to the kiosks being victimised, the Royal Thai Police Office sign was tampered with..

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