Buddhist monk and caretaker shot by nail gun at temple

TWO men are in a critical condition after being shot in the head by a nail gun at a Buddhist temple in Sydney.

One victim is believed to be a Buddhist monk and the other a caretaker who lives at the temple.

Both men underwent surgery on Wednesday and were in a critical condition on Thursday morning.

Police are investigating but do not believe a third person was involved in the incident.


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