24 Nov 2022 18:59

In the city of Krymsk, Krasnodar region, a man opened fire on the street and in a medical center. According to initial reports, four people were killed, including the gunman who committed suicide.

Source: www.globallookpress.com

In Krymsk, a city in southern Russia’s Krasnodar region, a man opened fire on passers-by around 5 p.m. This was reported by the news agency TASS with reference to law enforcement agencies. According to a police spokesman for the area, the perpetrator first shot and killed two employees at a local medical center. According to other sources, it happened in a shopping center. Then the perpetrator went into the street, killed another person and seriously injured another. He then committed suicide. The cause of the crime could be a court case attended by the perpetrator, the spokesman added. The prosecutor’s office of the Krasnodar region is now investigating.

The Telegram channel Readovka published a witness video showing the perpetrator firing several shots at random on a quiet thoroughfare and getting into his car. Previously, he shot himself in a shopping center. The name of the perpetrator is Vladimir Jirov. According to a witness, he wanted to drive to his son’s house. He committed suicide in his own car in the yard of a two-story house. The channel also reports that Shirov’s son and wife had previously sued him for an apartment. The perpetrator is said to have lost the process – the decision was announced in the morning.

According to a photo that was also published, the perpetrator shot himself in the head. One of the victims is believed to be an elderly mall security guard who leaves behind a disabled daughter. Criminal proceedings have been opened for the murder of three people and the attempted murder of a fourth person.

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