MADRID, Feb. 8 (EUROPE PRESS) –
A Thai Army sergeant has killed between nine and 12 people by opening fire indiscriminately in the vicinity of a shopping center in the city of Nakhon Rachtasima (also known as Korat), in the northeast of the country, police sources have reported daily. 'Khao Sod'.
The individual has been identified as Sergeant Jakkrapanth Thomma who, according to the first investigations, stole an SUV Battleship Humvee model from the base where it was deployed, and with which he made an appearance in Terminal 21 shopping center, where he began to open fire against the visitors.
Police spokeswoman Krissana Pattanacharoen has asked the public to move away from concentration areas, stay indoors and obey the instructions of security officers.
Jakkrapanth seems to have published several photos and videos of his attack on his social media account. “Now I'm tired,” Jakkakrapanth says to the camera, wearing a helmet and military uniform, “I can't move my finger anymore.”
The individual is on the run, in a situation of search and capture by Police and Army. There is still no record of a certain number of injured.