Police step up hunt for 3 wanted UDD leaders

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BANGKOK, 24 June 2010 (NNT) – Seven teams of police investigators have been set up to hunt down three wanted anti-government leaders who remain at large.

Deputy Metropolitan Police Chief Police Colonel Songpol Wattanachai told the press that the authorities had been continuously searching for the exact whereabouts of the three runaway core leaders of the United Front of Democracy Against Dictatorship (UDD). He stated that the National Police Bureau had assigned the Crime Suppression Division to establish seven teams of police investigators to closely monitor the movements of the suspects.

The trio remaining on the wanted list includes Mr Suporn Attawong, Mr Arisman Pongruengrong and Mr Adisorn Piengket. They are alleged of violating the Emergency Decree and have been on the run since the disbandment of the UDD rally at Ratchaprasong Junction on 19 May.



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