Those dead included security guard Theerachat Nimma, employee Thidarat Tongtip and a 2-year-old boy at the store with his mother, who survived.
The reward is being offered for anyone who can provide information leading to the perpetrator’s arrest. Anyone with information can contact the police via 191 or 1599.
Aurora Gold and Jewelry announced Friday afternoon that it’s offering an additional THB100,000 reward to anyone who knows the whereabouts of the perpetrator, doubling the original reward.
Mass shootings are rare in Thailand, though just two months ago a retired cop was killed after opening fire on a courtroom.
Committing homicide during a robbery is punishable by life behind bars or death.
Subscribe to The Coconuts Podcast for top trending news and pop culture from Southeast Asia and Hong Kong every Friday!