BANGKOK, THAILAND. The Royal Thai Police announced on Wednesday, August 19, a one million baht reward for information that would lead to the arrest of the man who planted the bomb at Erawan Shrine that led to the killing of 20 people and injured 125 others on Monday night at downtown Bangkok.
At around 4 p.m. on Wednesday, the police released a detailed sketch of the main suspect.
Police spokesperson Prawut Thavornsiri told Bangkok Post that the man in the sketch is the same person seen in the video released by police authorities earlier. The man was seen wearing dark-framed glasses, a yellow t-shirt, baggy shorts and sweat bands on his wrists. Before the bomb went off, this man was seen in the vicinity carrying a black backpack and later on was caught by security cameras leaving the area without it.
Below is the sketch of the suspect of Erawan bombing incident released by the Royal Thai police: