Grieving relatives of the Thailand massacre victims gathered at the child day care centre in Thailand on Friday where a day earlier a former policeman had slain 34 people in a knife
Traumatised parents and relatives of the victims created a makeshift altar of flowers, juice boxes and a stuffed animal at the day care center.
By afternoon, bouquets of white roses and carnations lined the wall outside, along with five tiny juice boxes, bags of corn chips and a stuffed animal.
Police identified the attacker as Panya Kamrap, 34, a former police sergeant who was fired earlier this year because of a drug charge involving methamphetamine.
Kampar had reportedly gone to the daycare centre to collect his child after attending a court session earlier in the day, police spokesperson Paisal Luesomboon told broadcaster ThaiPBS.
Thailand's Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha spoke to relatives of victims at a mass shooting at a nursery in Na Klang in Thailand's northeastern Nong Bua Lam Phu province on October 7.