Police arrest suspects who shot security member in Tamway

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The terrorist groups intentionally sent the youths to the ethnic armed groups for military training and committed the bombing and arson attacks to the schools, mine planting and murder cases against the Tatmadaw members and police.
On 29 June, the terrorists from the white Toyota Wish (unlicenced) shot the security members conducting a patrol near Ayeyawady Bank in Myitta Nyunt Ward of Tamway Township and ran away. The police seized a pistol, bullets and a driving licence in the car.
The security forces conducted an investigation and arrested three suspects – Khant Si Thu including his father U Maung Maung Lwin and Saw Htoo Aung Myint (aka) Y2K in Htani Village in Maubin Township of Ayeyawady Region on 6 July.
The police also arrested another suspect Sitt Thway Aung together with homemade bombs and other explosives in Thiri Khay Mar Ward of Sangyoung Township and Kaung Pyae Win together with Honda Insight at Kyaikkasan Housing in East Horse Race Course Road of Tamway Township on 7 July according to the confession of the suspect Khant Si Thu.
According to the words of suspects, Ko Khun contacted Khin Kyaw (UNRA) for Khant Si Thu, Sitt Thway Aung, Kaung Pyae Win and Saw Htoo Aung Myint (aka) Y2K to join the explosive training and they joined the training from 20 to 27 April. When they completed the course, they joined the Union of Myanmar Civil Defence (UMCD) organized by Ko Khun. They were ordered to commit bomb attacks.
Suspect Khant Si Thu attempted to commit a bomb attack at Tamway Township’s Ward Administration Office on 26 June and the bomb did not explode. On 29 June, Khant Si Thu shot the security member in Myitta Nyunt Ward of Tamway Township together with Sitt Thway Aung and Saw Tayoke.
Therefore, the five suspects arrested with their explosives will face legal actions under the law and the people are urged to inform the officials secretly if they know the hiding places or movement of insurgents. —MNA

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