Bangkok bombing: Police question two suspects
Two men identified as suspects in the Bangkok bombing have handed themselves in to police, insisting they are tour guides, as BBC reports.
The pair were seen in security camera video shortly before Monday's blast.
The men, in red and white T-shirts, rose from a bench shortly before the main suspect, in yellow, sat down and left behind his backpack.
The attack at the shrine killed 20 people and wounded dozens.
Police are now questioning the pair.
They had said that at least 10 people were suspected of involvement in the attack, and that the prime suspect was foreign.
However, a spokesman for the ruling military junta said the preliminary conclusion was that it was "unlikely" the attack was the work of an international terror group.