Suspected insurgent killed in gunfire trade with rangers in Thailand’s deep south

A suspected rebel was shot and killed in a gunfire exchange with Thai rangers in Narathawit, a province in Thailand’s deep south by the Malaysian border plagued with violence from the non secular separatist insurgency. 2 different men had been arrested after the conflict with rangers within the Bacho district this morning. Another suspected insurgent is on the run.
Rangers got a tip that four insurgents were hiding out at a home within the district. The rangers encompass the home at around 5am this morning. The males inside the house fired pictures at rangers, taking pictures a 28 year previous soldier within the wrist. Classified lasted about 10 minutes. A suspect, recognized as Sufian Yoso, managed to flee out the back of the house.
Rangers searched the area and located the body of Suraidin Katae, also referred to as Madong, who had a warrant out for his arrest. Suspected insurgents Ku-afnan and Ku-amran Kupama, who’re brothers, have been arrested. Rangers say the men had a 11mm pistol and an AK102 rifle..