BANGKOK/KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 14 : Six people, including a Pakistani and three women, have been detained by Malaysian and Thai authorities as part of their probe into Thailand's deadliest bombing at a Brahma temple last month that claimed 20 lives.
Three suspects -- a Pakistani man and two Malaysians -- were detained a few days ago, Malaysia's Inspector-General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar told a briefing in Kuala Lumpur.
"We are assisting Thai police regarding this probe. We feel these three can assist us in the investigation," he was quoted as saying by the Star.
Khalid, however, said the suspects would not be handed over to Thai police just yet.
Meanwhile, Bangkok Police detained three women and seized travel bags and computers for DNA and traces of fingerprints to see whether they matched with the DNA samples of those involved in the bomb attacks. ?PTI