An angry crowd of about 500 people surrounded Thalang police station in Phuket on Saturday (Oct 10) to demand justice after two people were killed in a police chase.
About 700 police officers and military personnel have been dispatched from nearby Krabi and Phang Nga for reinforcement at the police station in Thalang, local news site Phuketwan reported.
At least five cars near the police station were reportedly set on fire as the protest continued.
Phuket Governor Chamreon Tipayapongthada is investigating the alleged deadly police chase that claimed the lives of the two victims – Prathomwat Panarak, 22, and a 17-year-old whose name has been withheld, according to Phuket News.
Source by Channel NewsAsia
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So much for ‘happiness’ in junta-controlled Thailand.