Thai authorities on Thursday said they will ask Interpol for help in the hunt for the Bangkok bomber, after a foreigner was identified as the prime suspect.
"We will seek help from Interpol today (Thursday)," Major General Apichart Suriboonya, the head of Thailand's Interpol unit told AFP, adding he was unsure if the suspect had already fled the country.
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