CHILDREN are among at least 31 people who have been killed after a fired cop went on a rampage at a nursery.
The maniac then shot himself, his wife and his child dead following the shocking massacre at a daycare centre in Na Klang, Thailand.
Horror images from the scene show dozens of bodies covered in blood scattered across the floor outside the daycare centre.
It is understood 23 children, two teachers and one police officer are among those killed.
Cops named the suspected as Police Lieutenant Panya Khamrab, 34, who was from a nearby police station.
It was reported the officer had been sacked from the force before he went on the rampage.
According to police, he drove back home and gunned down his wife and child following the horror attack before shooting himself.
It is understood children at the daycare centre were sleeping when the attacker opened fire.
The rate of gun ownership in Thailand is high compared with some other countries in the region.
But official figures do not include huge numbers of illegal weapons, many of which have been brought in across porous borders over the years from strife-torn neighbours.
Mass shootings are rare but in 2020, a soldier angry over a property deal gone sour killed at least 29 people and wounded 57 in a rampage that spanned four locations.