Suspected rebel killed in gunfire trade with rangers in Thailand’s deep south

A suspected insurgent was shot and killed in a gunfire change with Thai rangers in Narathawit, a province in Thailand’s deep south by the Malaysian border plagued with violence from the religious separatist insurgency. 2 other men were arrested after the conflict with rangers within the Bacho district this morning. Another suspected insurgent is on the run.
Rangers obtained a tip that four insurgents had been hiding out at a home in the district. The rangers surround the house at round 5am this morning. The males inside the house fired photographs at rangers, capturing a 28 12 months outdated soldier in the wrist. The gunfire exchange lasted about 10 minutes. A suspect, recognized as Sufian Yoso, managed to flee out the back of the house.
Rangers searched the area and located the body of Suraidin Katae, also identified as Madong, who had a warrant out for his arrest. Suspected Treasure Ku-afnan and Ku-amran Kupama, who are brothers, have been arrested. Rangers say the men had a 11mm pistol and an AK102 rifle..

Leave a Comment