Soldiers rided room of Mrs. น.ส.จันทนา Chantana under martial law, found heavy weapon, also RED SHIRT UDD GUARD PASS.
Following a tipoff, the security force raided an apartment room rented by Ms Chanthana Warakornsakul in Tambon Suan Luang, Krathumbaen district of Samut Sakhon. A subsequent search of the room unveiled one AK47 assault rifle with foldable stock and 777 rounds of ammunition for the rifle, one rifle mounted with a telescope and 38 cartridges, one M79 grenade launcher, one MP1 submachine gun with 48 rounds of ammunition, one carbine with 154 cartridges, one M4 submachine gun with 275 rounds of ammunition and a silencer, one pistol, eight improvised explosive devices, three hand grenades, 120 bottles filled with gun power, three cameras, a bundle of electrical wire, a UDD staff card and a UDD guard card No 3084.
Another ride another house, same day,
another ride another house ,same day
A combined police and army troops raided a house in Nong Muang district owned by Mr Chaowarat Thongpuek after a tipoff that explosives and illegal weapons were hidden in it.
Search of the house uncovered one AK47 assault rifles with 800 rounds of ammunition, 156 11-mm cartridges, one ounce of TNT explosives and several items of bomb-making materials.
The suspect told police that he was hired by someone to make bombs to be used to disrupt protests in Bangkok. He also said that he had already delivered one consignment of bombs to his employer in Bangkok.
Meanwhile, army troops and police conducted extensive searches for explosives and illegal weapons which might be smuggled into Bangkok from neighbouring provinces. Roadblocks have been set up on Asian highway and Paholyothin road in Ayutthaya and Saraburi provinces in an attempt to stem the flow of illegal firearms which were suspected to be used to stir up violence in Bangkok.