Lachlan Bowles Wiki – Lachlan Bowles Biography
Lachlan Bowles, 25, shot his co-worker Terry Czernowski, a father in his 40s, at a grain silo business in Kelleberrin, Australia, about 127 miles east of Perth, Australia, around 8 a.m.:40 p.m. On Wednesday. The shooting shut down the city and began a day-long police search for Bowles, who was dressed in camouflage. Bowles was located by police early this afternoon where he was holed up inside a rural property. According to the West Australian newspaper, he was waving a Nazi flag and wearing a swastika. Bowles then fled, shooting at a car but miraculously avoiding the driver who was unharmed. Police cornered Bowles in a field during an hours-long standoff before the gunman shot himself. He was pronounced dead at the scene. WA Regional Police Commander Rod Wilde told media on Thursday night that Bowles was located about 12 miles north of the city. “He was situated in a field there and [Tactical Response Group officers] had been talking to him for several hours,” Wilde said.
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Lachlan Bowles was 25 years old.
At least one police car was shot at during the incident, before it was learned that Bowles shot himself, ending the standoff. “It’s obviously a tragic outcome for everyone involved,” Wilde said. It is understood Czernowski had a young daughter. “The guy who died was just in my store on Friday. We were talking about his plans for Father’s Day,” Tony, owner of Kellerberrin Pie Shop and Bakery, told the Western Australian newspaper. Another local said Czernowski was “the life of the party” and well-known in town. Bowles had lived in the city for several years. “We believe both men knew each other and worked together at Kelleberrin... they were not related,” Commander Wilde said. He also confirmed that Bowles was licensed to possess several different weapons. Bowles was a volunteer paramedic with St John Ambulance in 2022, according to a Shire of Tammin local government bulletin. Shortly after the shooting, police responded forcefully to the incident and issued an alert seeking Bowles’ whereabouts in the Kellerberrin area. “The public is advised not to approach Mr Bowles or the vehicle but to contact police immediately on triple-0,” a Western Australian Police spokesperson said in a statement. Kellerberrin residents were urged to stay indoors during the incident.