The two suspects appeared in CCTV footage recorded by cameras in the hotel’s basement car park. The two men wore jeans and black jackets with caps to hide their faces.
They walked from the B4 parking zone, not far from where the bomb exploded, and walked out of the hotel car park entrance at 10.13am before the bomb exploded at around noon.
In related developments, Songkhla Deputy Governor Surapol Panasampol represented the province in compensating Low Tiaing Beng, elder brother of Low Thian Hok, a Malaysian who died in the hotel bombing and fire.
Meanwhile, another male victim was identified as Tan Peng Chan, 39, a Malaysian national. His Malaysian friends identified him from his tattoo and earring. He had been visiting Songkhla with three friends who were also injured in the incident.
The authorities were to conduct DNA tests, results which will be announced on Wednesday.
Report by : MCOT