Soldier, Sgt. Jakkrapanth Thomma, was shot dead in a police operation at Terminal 21 shopping mall, bringing the military man’s reign of terror to an end.
Confirmed in Khaosod English, the man who stole military-grade weapons in Nakhon Ratchasima on Saturday and began his assault killing 21 people at a shopping mall, was reported dead in a news report published at 9:15 am.
The news was confirmed by Thai Deputy Prime Minister Anutin Charvirakul.
This is what the shooter stole out of the army weaponry station.
– 3 HK33 rifles with 736 bullets
– 2 M60 with 200 bullets
– a Humvee
And possibly bombs.
After shooting photos and videos of his attack, the Sgt. who emulated the live-stream shooting at a mosque in Christchurch is considered to be by far, Thailand’s worst mass shooting in modern history.
Having killed 12 people on his first day of rampage, the death toll crept up to 21 which included the death of a law enforcement officer when Thomma fired his weapons at a police blockade from inside the shopping complex.
Police reported that Thomma was shot in the ‘Zone A’ area of the shopping mall’s basement level.
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