Thai security officials escort bombing suspect Yusufu Meerailee, arrested last week near the Cambodian border, as he is transferred from military to police custody at the metropolitan police headquarters in Bangkok on September 7, 2015.
Thai authorities unveiled the repaired centerpiece of the Erawan Shrine on September 4, 2015 to restore confidence among Bangkok's tourism and business communities almost three weeks after a deadly bomb attack on August 17.
Visitors gather around the base of the Erawan Shrine on August 24, 2015 to commemorate the victims of the bomb attack in Bangkok, Thailand.
Monks pray at the Erawan Shrine on August 24 to commemorate the victims of the bombing.
A coffin of one of the 20 victims killed in the blast is sent home on Wednesday, August 19, 2015.
Family members of Neoh Hock Guan ,a Malaysian survivor of the Bangkok bomb blast, break down as they pay their last respects. Five out of the seven Neoh family members traveling to Bangkok together were killed in the blast.
Foreigners offer prayers at the reopened Erawan shrine. Authorities say the perpatrators targeted busy places popular with tourists to damage the economy.
A man offers incense and prays at the Erawan shrine.
At least 10 people are believed to have taken part in the bombing, but the attack is unlikely to be linked to international terrorist groups, Thai authorities say.
This image released by the Royal Thai Police on August 19 shows a detailed sketch of the main suspect in the bombing.
Messages and flowers for victims killed in the bomb blast are displayed outside the shrine.
Damage from the blast is seen on the statue of Phra Phrom at the Erawan Shrine on August 19.