Free State man shoots former bosses
24 October 2013, 22:28
Bloemfontein - Two people were shot and wounded in the
Hamilton industrial area in Bloemfontein on Thursday, Free State police said.
A former employee entered a business in Piet Human Street
around 07:30, police spokesperson Annelie Wrench said.
He handed a letter to his former manager in his office in
the presence of the business supervisor. The 59-year-old man then took out a
9mm pistol and shot the manager, Nico de Jager, in the leg. The supervisor,
Shaun Swanepoel, was also wounded.
The man ran away but handed himself over at the Mangaung
police station soon after. The motive for the shooting was still under
Netcare 911 spokesperson Santi Steinmann said paramedics
found one man with serious injuries and the second one moderately hurt.
Both were treated on the scene and taken to hospital.