Moment Biker Gunman Turns Lawyers Office Into Bloodbath

Story ByAna LacasaSub EditorJoseph GolderAgencyCEN

WARNING: GRAPHIC AND DISTRESSING CONTENT

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This is the moment a helmet-wearing gunman marches into a lawyer’s office and shoots him in the head sending blood splattering everywhere before shooting two other staff members.

The incident took place at a lawyer’s office on Madero Street in the city of Cuautitlan in the central Mexican state of Mexico and was filmed by a CCTV camera.

In the shocking footage, lawyer Enrique Villavicencio Cruz is seen working at his desk as a female worker lets a man with a motorcycle helmet in.

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The biker appears to make a man in a white T-shirt go into the lawyer’s office with his hands up before following behind with a gun in his right hand.

He barks orders as the lawyer gets to his feet.

The gunman instantly shoots the lawyer in the head and blood sprays on the desk as he continues to shoot at the other two people in the office.

The shooter runs out and the man in the white T-shirt goes to check, however he bumps into the returning gunman who appears to fire at him again.

At the end of the footage, both staff members are seen moving and screaming “help!” in Spanish.

According to reports, the gunman entered the office asking for the lawyer’s wallet before shouting “do you see me?” as he shot him in the head.

The two workers were taken to the Hospital General de Cuautitlan with bullet wounds, although details were not given as to where and how many times they were shot. Villavicencio Cruz died at the scene, according to local media.

The gunman managed to escape on a motorbike with three other accomplices, according to local media.

The investigation is ongoing. It is currently unclear why the gunman opened fire. There have reportedly been no arrests so far.

Ana Lacasa

I am a senior writer and journalist and editor of the Spanish desk for the Central European News agency.

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