Shooting Incident at Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Suspect on the Run – Unrelated to Terrorism

Kuala Lumpur International Airport

According to reports by The Straits Times and others, a shooting incident occurred at the arrival lobby of Kuala Lumpur International Airport Terminal 1 around 1:30 AM on April 14.

The perpetrator fired two shots, one of which hit a male bodyguard in the abdomen, seriously injuring him. The suspect is currently on the run, and a manhunt is underway. The shooting appears to have been motivated by personal reasons and is not regarded as a random act of terrorism.

The Japanese Embassy in Malaysia advised its citizens to be vigilant and to ensure their safety if they perceive any danger.

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