Police said they found ball bearings and other bomb-making equipment at the suspect's house in Bangkok

Thai police say they have found bomb-making materials in a second apartment, after the arrest of a suspect in the explosion at Bangkok’s Erawan Shrine. Police spokesperson Prawut Thavornsiri said they had found “parts to make bombs and electric charges”.

Two new arrest warrants have also been issued, for a 26-year-old Thai woman and a foreign man. The 17 August blast, which the government called the worst such attack in Thailand, killed 20 people.

On Saturday, bomb materials were found in the home of an unnamed foreigner was detained police said. The search of the second apartment in Bangkok’s Min Buri district at the weekend was prompted by information from the detained suspect, according to the Bangkok Post.

“We found fertilizer bags, watches, radio controls,” Mr. Prawut said. “These are bomb-making materials… nobody would keep urea fertilizer and gunpowder unless they wanted to make a bomb.”

In the suspect’s home on Saturday, police said they had found detonators, ball bearings and a metal pipe they believed was intended to hold a bomb.

But police have said they do not believe he is the man seen in CCTV footage at the shrine just before the explosion. (BBC)