Police step up ASTV shooting probe
Police will be seeking information from the ASTV Manager management today as part of an ongoing investigation into a gun attack on four of the media group's vehicles."We would like to know if the ASTV executives have a conflict with any particular group of people or suspect anyone," Chana Songkhram Police Station superintendent Colonel Jakrapop Sukhontaraj said yesterday.
In the early hours of Saturday, an unknown man opened fire on the four news cars parked outside the ASTV media group's headquarters in Bangkok.
"All the cars were damaged. A glass window of an ASTV building also sustained damage from the firing," he said.
He said Metropolitan Police Commissioner Pol Lt General Kamronwit Thoopkrajang had instructed police officers to solve the case promptly.
"We will check recordings from security cameras of not just ASTV but also others nearby. We have already assigned teams to gather information related to the case," he said.