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Policemen make way for an armored military car Cheap Nike Air VaporMax Australia , part of a convoy carrying a suspect in the August 17 Bangkok shrine bombing, on August 29, 2015 (AFP PhotoChristophe Archambault) A handout photo from the Royal Thai police released on August 29, 2015 showing Turkish national Adem Karadag detained in Bangkok (AFP PhotoSTR) A policeman inspects the cordoned-off site of a bomb blast at the popular Erawan shrine in the heart of Bangkok's tourist and commercial centre, on August 18 Cheap Nike VaporMax Australia , 2015 (AFP PhotoChristophe Archambault) People hold a candlelight vigil to pay their respects to the people who died at Erawan shrine, the popular tourist site where 20 people were killed on August 17, marking one week since the attack in central Bangkok on August 24, 2015 (AFP PhotoNicolas Asfouri) A Thai policeman stands guard at the Erawan shrine in Bangkok, on August 23 http://www.cheapairmaxaustralia.net/ , 2015 (AFP PhotoPornchai Kittiwongsakul) NAR02. Bangkok (Thailand), 29082015.- Thai police officers surround a car believed to be carrying a suspect arrested in connection with a bombing this month, on the outskirts of Bangkok, Thailand, 29 August 2015. Thai police said on 29 August a foreign suspect was arrested in connection with the 17 August bombing at a Bangkok shrine that killed 20 people. (Tailandia) EFEEPANARONG SANGNAK
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The man was arrested after a morning raid on an apartment in Nong Chok district on the eastern outskirts of the capital by security forces who allegedly found him with bomb-making equipment linked to the 17 August blast, which killed 20 people and wounded scores more.

A senior military official told AFP he believed the suspect was a "Turkish national" but Thai police have not yet confirmed his nationality.

"We believe that the suspect was involved with the bombing" at the Erawan shrine, national police spokesman Prawut Thavornsiri said on a live televised broadcast Saturday evening.

He added that the foreign man was also involved in a blast the day after that bombing near a popular tourist pier, which sent people scurrying but caused no injuries.

The suspect, now in military custody Nike Air Max Australia Sale , has been charged with the "illegal possession of bomb-making materials" and was found with multiple passports, Prawut said in the broadcast.

Photographs of a lightly bearded man sitting with his hands behind his back, Turkish passports wrapped in rubber bands and the photo passport page of a 28-year-old Turkish national named Adem Karadag were also shown on screen.

Police did not specify the suspect's nationality or name.

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