The person identified by Thai authorities as allegedly being responsible for the deadly Bangkok bomb blast at the Erawan Shrine has been caught on camera in a freshly created montage of available CCTV clips by Facebook user Facebook user CSI LA.
Compiled from Royal Thai Police video supplied to the media, the video compilation shows the person police believe responsiblefor the deadly blast enter at the bottom left of the frame at about the 01:31 mark and walks towards the back of Erawan Shrine at the top left of the frame.
Wearing what appears to be a yellow polo shirt and carrying a large blue-coloured backpack, the man appears to take a photo or video of the shrine, while standing along the fence backing on to Sukhumvit Road.
When a man wearing a red shirt gets up from some seats at the 02:26 mark, the suspect sits down, removing his backpack and placing it under the seat.
He remains briefly seated before getting up and walking towards the CCTV camera, all the while looking at his phone. He is next seen exiting Erawan Shrine and proceeding on foot along Sukhumvit Road, before turning into Ratchadamri Road, where he reportedly hired a motorcycle taxi.
The nationwide hunt for the Erawan Shrine bombing continues. To date 22 people have been confirmed killed in the late night bomb attack, comprising three mainland Chinese, two Hong Kongers, four Malaysians, one Singaporean, one Indonesian and one Filipino. As many as 10 Thais may have died in the explosion.
Feature video Facebook user CSI LA