After the murder suspect did not say “good morning” and two people died at work, 300 police officers and soldiers are conducting a desperate investigation.
A terrifying blood bath took place at a sawmill in the village of Les Plantiers in southern France.
According to police, Valentin Marcone, 29, the married father of a newborn baby, gave birth on Tuesday morning and was visibly “frustrated and upset” shortly after arriving at the shift. He was recently rowing during working hours.
Marcone is said to have taken out his pistol and shot his head three times after being called “rude” by his boss Luc Teisoniere, 55.
Prosecutors said his colleague Marshall Gerin, 32, attempted to intervene, and he was also shot dead before Marcone fired at another colleague.
Marcone then fled to the mountainous region surrounding Le Plantier in Cevennes National Park. He is wearing a camouflage smock and has not been seen since. He is a registered hunter and is believed to own about 12 weapons.
Sun reports that a police spokesman said: “He disappeared into the mountains and still has at least one pistol and lots of ammunition. The area is very good and can easily survive in isolated countryside.”
Eric Morrell, a prosecutor at Neem, said the investigation into the double murder case had begun, with Marcone being the main suspect.
He said it was “a very real danger to public security” and should not be approached. Anyone who sees him should call the authorities immediately.
“If you have a message to send to him, be aware of his senses and lie down his arm,” Morley said.
“He owes it to his family and his victims. Our hope is peaceful surrender.”
Manhunt launched for a shooter who shot and killed two colleagues after calling them rude
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