Policemen investigate at the scene where a farmer killed 13 and injured one in a shooting and arson in Yiyang, Central China's Hunan province, December 12, 2009. [Xinhua]
The death toll in a shooting and arson has risen to 13 in Central China's Hunan province, according to local media.
Policemen captured the 34-year-old suspect Liu Aibing in Anhua County, Yiyang City, Central China's Hunan province. He was found and seized on a hill in Anhua County at 6:50 am on Sunday.
Liu allegedly attacked them with a hunting rifle and set fire to their houses at 4:00 am on Saturday in a village in Gaoming Township, Anhua County of Yiyang City, central China's Hunan province, local media reported.
The suspect returned home two months ago from Hunan's neighboring province of Guangdong, China's "factory of the world", where he worked as a migrant worker. Liu was also said to have a history of psychiatric illness.
Liu's father and other close relatives are among the dead. The dead age between 6 and 86.
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