Police special forces eliminated the Thai soldier Jakrapant Tomma, who fired at a shopping center in the Thai city of Nakhon Ratchasima. According to Reuters, citing a statement by Prime Minister Prayut Chanoch, Tomma killed 26 people and injured at least 52 people.
According to the Prime Minister, the shooter was motivated by resentment because of, in his opinion, a real estate transaction.
As previously reported, the attacker broadcast his actions on Facebook. He published a selfie with guns and wrote about how tired he was of shooting at his victims.
After a few seconds, Facebook deleted the page of military Jakrapant Tomm and all the content related to his shooting.
As we reported before, on February 8, a soldier opened fire on people in a shopping center in Thailand. 17 people were killed, 16 were held hostage.
There is a masked suspect, named by police as Sergeant Major Jakrapanth Thomma, still believed to be holed up inside the Terminal 21 mall.
21 people have been injured, a police spokesman has said.
As of 11 pm local time, security forces attempted to help those still stuck inside the mall to escape.