A man stabbed five people to death at a shopping center before he was shot by police

The suspect that killed six people in a shopping center was shot by a police officer – nothing new about the investigation,” he said

The man who stabbed six people to death at the shopping center was shot dead by a police officer.

“I amcontent that there is no continuing threat, and I believe that the suspect acted alone,” he said. He said officials didn’t know who the offender was. “This is quite raw,” he said, and a “lengthy and precise” investigation was just beginning.

He said there was “nothing that we are aware of at the scene that would indicate any motive or any ideology.” When asked whether officials were ruling out terrorism, he said: “We’re not ruling anything out.”

“And suddenly we heard a shot or maybe two shots and we didn’t know what to do,” he said. “Then the competent person in the store told us to go to the back and make sure it was locked up.” She locked up the store and let us out when she unlocked the back of the store.

A Sydney man killed in a car: “She had no idea she was there,” said Joel Cauchi, the offender at the Westfield Shopping Centre

“We also see the footage of ordinary Australians putting themselves in harm’s way in order to help their fellow citizens. “Yesterday’s bravery was quite exceptional, that’s for sure,” he said.

He said that the inspector who ran into danger by herself removed the threat that was there to others without thinking about the risks to herself.

The attack at the shopping center, one of the country’s busiest and which was a hub of activity on a particularly warm fall afternoon, began around 3:10 p.m. and police were swiftly called.

Six people — five women and one man, aged between 20 and 55 — were killed in the attack and 12 others remain in hospital, including a 9-month-old child, whose mother died during the attack.

“There is still, to this point… There is no evidence that this was driven by any particular ideology or otherwise, we have gathered nothing that would suggest that.

“We are continuing to work through the profiling of the offender but very clearly to us at this stage it would appear that this is related to the mental health of the individual involved,” Cooke said.

The attack was not treated as terrorism-related by police investigators because Cauchi suffered from mental health issues.

New South Wales Police said Sunday that Joel Cauchi, 40, was responsible for the Saturday afternoon attack at the Westfield Shopping Centre in Bondi Junction, in the city’s eastern suburbs and not far from the world-famous Bondi Beach.

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