Gunman kills one person at Bangkok mall days after mass shooting

Thailand, Shooting - Gun Crime, Bangkok

Gunman kills one person at Bangkok shopping mall days after mass shooting

Thailand, Shooting - Gun Crime

2/18/2020

Gunman kills one person at Bangkok shopping mall days after mass shooting

BANGKOK (REUTERS) - A gunman killed one person and wounded another at a shopping mall in Bangkok on Tuesday (Feb 18), police said, 10 days after a mass shooting at another mall in Thailand 's north-east.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

BANGKOK (REUTERS) - A gunman killed one person and wounded another at a shopping mall in Bangkok on Tuesday (Feb 18), police said, 10 days after a mass shooting at another mall in Thailand's north-east. The shooting at Century The Movie Plaza, near the Thai capital’s Victory Monument, was a personal issue and the gunman had fled the scene, Thai police said. “One person died and another was injured,” Colonel Krissana Pattanacharoen of the police told Reuters. Police said in a statement that they knew the suspect’s identity and were working to apprehend him. Ten days before, a soldier killed at least a dozen people at the Terminal 21 shopping centre in the north-eastern city of Nakhon Ratchasima. He had earlier killed his commanding officer, other soldiers at his base and several people at a Buddhist temple. Read more: The Straits Times

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