Hunt on for suspects who lit incense in front of Thai PM's office


BANGKOK: Police stationed at Government House, the office of the Prime Minister of Thailand, will check surveillance camera records to identify the person or people who lit 36 incense sticks in front of the building last week.

The Prime Minister's Secretariat ordered the investigation reportedly out of concern that the act could have been a "superstitious ritual" carried out by people who had ill intentions against the junta government.

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