A Thai soldier armed with multiple Semi-Automatic firearms has killed 12 people and is still at large in what can only be described as a “Deadly Rampage”.
A Thai soldier armed to the teeth with Semi-Automatic firearms is at large after gunning down at least 12 people in Nakhon Ratchasima, northeastern Thailand, Police say.
The 32-year-old suspect identified by Thai police earlier posted “Death is inevitable for everyone” on his Facebook page with a photo of a Gun in his hand.
Police are yet to reveal details but told Local media Thairath that the gunman walked into a house where he shot and killed his first two victims then proceeded to a Weapons store on an army base where he took and armed himself with a high capacity assault rifle.
The suspect opened fire on various crowded locations throughout the city which is approximately 250km from Bangkok police spokesman Kissana Phathanacharoen said in a message to local reporters.
Graphic Footage captured the gunman getting out of his car infront of a crowded shopping centre and firing shots as people ran away. The shooter had also opened fire on the army base.