In Portugal, a man shot and killed three people during a dispute between rival pigeon-racers.
Four men were waiting for their pigeons in Setubal (south of Lisbon) to return from a race, but they also had a disagreement about an illegal garden.
The Portuguese newspaper Correio da Manha reported that a 60-year old unemployed man shot three other men before turning his gun on himself when police arrived.
The victims’ ages were 47 and 65. The age of the third victim has not been revealed.
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The police commissioner of Setubal, Andreia Goncalves described the deaths as an “isolated situation” relating to a unresolved matter between the two men.
Portugal has strict gun laws, but firearms for hunting are allowed.