Man Shot in Shenzhen Government Building, Suspect Caught

By Sky Gidge, September 11, 2017

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One man was injured in a shooting inside Shenzhen's Futian District Party Committee Building this afternoon, according to a Southern Metropolis Daily report. The shooting was reportedly motivated by a 'conflict' between the shooter and victim.

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Security guards stand in the lobby after the reported shooting

According to a Weibo post by Futian District police, a male suspect, identified as Wang, 61, has been detained. The victim – surnamed Cheng, 38 – is being treated at the hospital. The post says that one gun was seized.

[Images via baidu.com]

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