Man kills two with kitchen knife in Chinese supermarket

Judith Bessette
Julho 17, 2017

The 30-year old suspect, surnamed Jiang, attacked people with a kitchen knife in a Wal-Mart outlet in the Bao'an district at around 9 p.m., Xinhua quoted Shenzhen police, as saying, in a statment.

A man has been arrested by police in Shenzhen after carrying out a terrifying cleaver attack at a local Walmart that killed two people and injured nine more on Sunday night. Jiang is a migrant worker originally from Chongqing.

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His family said they lost contact with him the following year and that the man had mental illness. Police were still investigating what his motives were. A medical evaluation will be conducted to confirm his mental state.

Sales of knives have faced stricter regulations following high-profile attacks, some of which have targeted schools.

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