Arrow managed to hold.
Yesterday in Estonia, the 32-year-old man opened fire at a gas station in pärnu County, two people were killed and three others, a man and two young children seriously injured. Police arrested the shooter the night of Sunday, reports the Chronicle.info with reference to Country.
The incident occurred at about 22:00 on Saturday, June 6th. According to militiamen, a 32-year-old driver of the Subaru first staged accidents in Lihula and left the scene of the accident. Then got to the gas station and opened fire on the motorcyclist who died from his injuries. In addition, the offender shot the car in which were a man, a woman and two small children. The woman died on the spot, the remaining victims were hospitalized with serious injuries.
According to journalists, the deceased woman was the grandmother of the injured children, she worked in a pharmacy near gas station.
In turn Wiek prefect Kaido of Kaplas at a press conference said that the children are in the hospital, as both serious but stable. A wounded man is treated at home.
According to the Estonian newspaper, the suspect committing the crime name is Mick. He worked as a nurse.
“The car, which was shot, apparently accidentally drove past. The connection between a motorcyclist shot dead and the shooter is not installed. Arrow cottage is located in the vicinity of Lihula, but he lives and works in Tallinn”, — said Ciples.
Some time after the shooting, the killer was in the area of the gas station and then ran off into the woods. However, to hide from the guards he failed.
“(Police) have surrounded the area and blocked the surrounding roads. A man opened fire on police, but around 00:40 we took him near the same gas station. During the arrest he did not resist,” he added Kaplas.
The motives of the gunman is not yet installed. Prosecutors charged him with the murder. While the detainee has a valid firearm permit.
“This man was in trouble with the law. There is reason to believe that he had consumed alcohol,” — said at a press conference, the lead Prosecutor Christine Tamm.