By The Nation

Eleven Rohingya children and women have again run away from a Phang Nga shelter.

Khao Lak Police Station inspector Lt-Colonel Bandhit Hattapithiphan said Friday that recordings from security cameras showed they left together at about 2am yesterday.
Of the 11, three are women.
“We will be checking recordings from security cameras in the nearby areas to determine where they have gone to,” Bandhit said.
Immigration officials placed these Rohingyas at the shelter.
Takua Pa district chief Manit Pienthong said this group fled the shelter once before but was captured.