‘He was suffering paranoid delusions’

Jarrod Sierocki

A man is dead after a standoff with NSW police at Sydney’s Central Station.

Witnesses say the man was shot up to four times.

THE half-brother of the man shot dead by police at Central Station last night said his sibling was suffering paranoid delusions before he left their western Sydney home last night.

Danukul Mokmool, 30, was shot four times by transport police after attacking a store owner and reportedly slashing himself with a pair of scissors at the station’s florist shop at about 6.45pm.

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Danukul Mokmool was shot dead by police at Central Station last night.Source:News Corp Australia

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It is understood Mokmool ran at police holding a pair of scissors.Source:News Corp Australia

His half-brother Charlie Huynh, 19, said Mr Mokmool had endured a torrid battle with illicit drugs and the law throughout his adult life.

Four hours before his death, Mr Mokmool left his home fearing his family wanted to harm him.

“Before he left he just thought bad things, he has his moments,” Mr Huynh sai…

Read the full article at: http://www.news.com.au/national/nsw-act/politics/man-shot-dead-by-police-at-central-station-identified-as-30yearold-danukul-mokmool/news-story/f38afbd090f85c76fac526f29ee75d3b

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