The Montenegrin gunman who killed 10 people and wounded six more in mass shooting has been buried in a secret location after angry locals refused to let him be buried in his hometown.
Vuk Borilovic, 34, went on a shooting rampage, killing 10 people and wounding six more in the Montenegrin city of Cetinje on Friday, 12th August.
The shooting rampage began after he got into an argument with one of his tenants – nurse Natasa Pajovic Martinovic – over late rent.
Natasa, age not disclosed, and her two sons, identified in local media as Marko, 11, and Masan, 8, were the first ones to be shot by Borilovic.
The two children were reportedly shot dead by the gunman after trying to hide from him behind a door.
Borilovic then fatally wounded Natasa and went outside where he began randomly shooting at passers-by.
The wounded nurse managed to call her husband Milos to let him know that Borilovic had killed their children. She later died of her injuries in hospital.
After his wife’s shocking call, Milos immediately phoned the attacker who told him “I killed your family”.
Reports stated that during the bloodbath, Borilovic even shot his own uncle dead, who was only trying to calm him down.
The massacre came to an end when a local named as Nenad Kaluderovic opened fire on him and killed Borilovic.
The government of Montenegro declared three days of national mourning for the victims of the mass shooting that shattered Cetinje.
Meanwhile, angry citizens did not allow Borilovic’s family to bury him in his hometown.
Instead, his funeral took place at a secret location and was carried out under the supervision of the police in order to prevent possible complications.
According to reports, the only people present at his funeral were his mother Svetlana, his sister Aleksandra, as well as his uncle and cousin.
His aunt, whose identity was not disclosed, told local media: “I personally did not go. Vuk’s mother, sister and uncle were driven by a cousin.
“He was not buried in Cetinje or in the village of Goric, where his family is from. I cannot give any other information.”
The woman condemned the terrible crime committed by Borilovic and added: “No one knows what happened in his head. Now they say that five days before the crime he was strange, but the family didn’t know that.
“If his family had noticed that something was happening to him, I don’t think they would have kept quiet. We didn’t see him that often, he was working, and he also came to the village to help out.”
She added: “What happened is a disaster, no one in their right mind would do that. Something happened to him, he went dark… If anyone had come in front of him, he would have killed him.
“Today, so many families are in agony and pain because they have lost their loved ones.”
The police investigation is ongoing.