Thailand: Police kills assailant who killed 25 individuals in shopping center

by Jeremy Spirogis
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According to The Nation's report, the sound of gunfire was heard all through the evening because of the operation carried out by the safety forces.

Bangkok: Thailand Police on Sunday killed an attacker who shot and killed 25 individuals on Saturday in a shopping center in Nakhon Ratchasima metropolis. A senior police officer gave this data. According to The Nation newspaper, National Police Chief Paul Jane Chakthip Chaijinda confirmed this.

The attacker was hiding in a well-known Terminal 21 shopping center named Korat after the firing by a junior officer, Zakraphanth Thoma. <! –

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                 Police and navy forces sealed Terminal 21 Mall.

According to The Nation's report, the sound of gunfire was heard all through the evening because of the operation carried out by the safety forces. Many individuals are nonetheless suspected of hiding within the mall or being held hostage by the suspect.

Meanwhile, Public Health Minister Anutil Charnavikakul congratulated the safety forces for killing the suspect on his Facebook on Sunday morning. The BBC quoted her Facebook post as saying, "Thanks to the police and the military for putting an end to this situation. The shooter was killed."

The firing started at three pm on Saturday on the Sowtham Fithak Military Camp, the place Thomman killed his commanding officer. The Bangkok Post has described his title as Anantharot Krasai.

The post stated that 63-year-old mother-in-law of Colonel Anantarot and one other soldier have been additionally killed there. The suspect additionally took away arms and ammunition from the camp.

According to the BBC report, he then opened an indiscriminate firing at a number of locations earlier than reaching Terminal 21 Mall at 6 pm.

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