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This section of the list of rampage killers contains those cases that occurred in Oceania and Maritime Southeast Asia.

This section does not include school massacres, workplace killings, hate crimes, or mass murders that took place primarily in a domestic environment, like familicides, which form their own categories. Cases where the primary motive for the murders was to facilitate or cover up another felony, like robbery, are also not included.

All abbreviations and footnotes used in the table are explained here.

Perpetrator
Date
Year
Location
Country
Killed
Injured
W
Additional notes
Ref.
1. Bryant, Martin John, 28 April 28/29 1996 Port Arthur, TAS Australia
35
23
FMA Sentenced to 35 consecutive life terms
2. Unknown Siquijor Philippines
32
?
 M Killed by angry mob
3. Unknown 1903 Mindanao Philippines
23
?
4. Wirjo, 42 April 15 1987 Banjarsari Indonesia
20
12
 M Committed suicide
5. Formentera, Arsenio, 31 Jan. 28 1968 Palompon Philippines
17
?
 M
6. Hodeng June 17 1879 Tankulu Indonesia
16
1
Arrested
7. Salazar, Domingo, 42° Oct. 11 1956 San Nicolas Philippines
16
1
 M Sentenced to death
Killed two unborn children
8. Magu Dec. 13/23 1873 Ternate Indonesia
15-19
5-7
 M Killed
9. Basobas, Florentino May 9 1977 Malatgao Philippines
15
4
 M Shot dead
10. Antakin° May 27 1897 Gunsat's Kampong Malaysia
15
3
 M Shot dead
11. Pusok Anak Ngaik, 28 May 29 1965 Bukit Merah Malaysia
14
4
 M
12. Unknown March 1909 Borneo Indonesia
14
?
13. Unknown° Nov. 23 1935 Gondang Indonesia
13
3
 MA Sentenced to life imprisonment
14. Gray, David Malcolm, 33 Nov. 13/14 1990 Aramoana New Zealand
13
3
F Shot by police
15. Kalinga Boli° May 25 – June 6 1937 Tagan Philippines
13
?
 M Arrested
16. Two Unknown Men June 21 1952 Zamboanga City Philippines
12
14-18
 M One killed, the other arrested
17. Rebasien June 1856 Napal Malientang Indonesia
12
7-10
Killed by police
18. Unknown° May 16 1890 Bonthain Indonesia
12
4+
 M Killed
19. Leman Jan. 27 1933 Bakun Indonesia
12
2
 M Arrested
20. Rublico, Salvador Nov. 13 1952 Banga Philippines
11-12
4
 M Shot dead
21. Mat Taram bin Sa'al, 30 Oct. 9 1947 Bangi Malaysia
11
10
 M Found not guilty by reason of insanity [1]
22. Unknown Soldier^ July 24 1967 Cirebon Indonesia
11
2
F Arrested
23. Guades, Danny, 39° June 2 2007 Calbayog City Philippines
10
17
 M Arrested
Killed an unborn child
Killed his brother in the 1980s
24. Hajula Feb. 22 1932 Malita Philippines
10
10
F Killed
25. Raden Prawiro Direjo° Sep. 23 1863 Salatiga Indonesia
10
6
 M Killed
26. O. L., 35° Feb. 8 1988 Cirumput Indonesia
10
2
 M Arrested
27. Unknown April 7 2007 Silangkan Philippines
10
1
F Shot by soldiers [2]
28. Unknown May 1881 Daik Indonesia
10
?
Killed
29. Junak Sep. 1960 Seriang Indonesia
10
?
Killed
30. Two unknown Moros Nov. 5 1923 S.S. Van Linschoten Philippines
9
19
Both were killed
31. Contaoe, Marciano, 32^ May 21 1988 Taguig Philippines
9
4
F Sentenced to 300 years in prison
32. Unknown 1875 Kuala Kangsar Malaysia
9
3
 M
33. Sunan July 8 1846 Penang Malaysia
9
2
 M Sentenced to death and executed
34. Foong Mok° Jan. 16 1946 Boyan Malaysia
9
?
 M Found to be insane
35. Ibrahim June 4 1901 Rochor Singapore
8-9
6-7
 M Killed
36. Idrus Bin Hassan, 62 Feb. 7/8 1973 Kampong Batu Titian Akar Malaysia
8-9
3-4
FM Shot by police
37. Rotang Oct. 25 1939 Jakarta Indonesia
8
28
 M Killed
38. Unknown July 1922 Watampone Indonesia
8
23+
Arrested
39. Kulop Mat Daud May 9 1927 Lubok Merbau Malaysia
8
13
F Shot by police
40. Unknown 1876 Jabung Indonesia
8
8
 M
41. Unknown July 17 1914 Barus Indonesia
8
8
42. Toling, Antonio, 47
Toling, Jose, 47
Jan. 8 1965 Santa Rosa City Philippines
8
7
 M Both were sentenced to death
Four more died by jumping out of the train
43. de Fiesta, Bernabe, 29 May 18/19 2008 Hornalan Philippines
8
6
F Shot by police
Killed a dog and a two cows
44. Mendoza, Rolando del Rosario, 55 Aug. 23 2010 Manila Philippines
8
5-9
F Shot by police [3]
45. Unknown Oct. 31 1925 S.S: "Klang" Malaysia
8
5
 M Shot by police
46. Vitkovic, Frank, 22 Dec. 8 1987 Melbourne Australia
8
5
F Committed suicide
47. Unknown Sep. 5 1881 Bunging Indonesia
8
2
Killed
48. Sacopla, Andres, 48 Sep. 4 1972 Cabayugan Philippines
8
2
F Killed
49. Gusti Belem
Pasuwati
March 22 1887 Kupang Indonesia
7-12
13-15
 M Gusti Belem was arrested, Pasuwati was killed by angry mob
50. Dugay, Carmelo, 36^ May 26 1990 Bacarra Philippines
7-9
10-12
F
51. Karim
Arsat
Sep. 6 1913 Banjarmasin Indonesia
7-8
4-5
 M Arsat was arrested
52. Sidin 1913 Banda Aceh Indonesia
7
~20
 M Sentenced to 20 years in prison [4]
53. Knight, Julian, 19 Aug. 9 1987 Melbourne Australia
7
19
F Sentenced to life imprisonment
54. Ahmat March 4 1914 Kumasi Malaysia
7
14
FM Killed
55. Bae, Ronald Baquiran, 41 Jan. 4 2013 Tabon 1 Philippines
7
12
F Shot by police
Also killed a dog
Killed an unborn child
Killed a man in 2003
[5]
56. Kamat, 34 Sep. 12/13 1935 Kwala Bangko Indonesia
7
9
 M Arrested [6]
57. Negro, Jesus, 21^ Nov. 30 1988 Tiber & Lawaan Philippines
7
9
F Arrested
58. Herman Nov./Dec. 1922 Kuala Kapuas & S.S. "Alting" Indonesia
7
7
 M Found to be insane
59. Unknown 1878 Jolo Philippines
7
6
60. Frankum, Wade John, 33 Aug. 17 1991 Sydney Australia
7
6
FM Committed suicide
61. Tadena, Elpidio, 25 Dec. 21 1964 Luzon Philippines
7
5
F
62. Ismail bin Awang Nov. 4 1949 Sungai Dua Malaysia
7
4-5
 M Arrested
63. Two unknown Moros Feb. 18/19 1933 Parangan & Batubatu Philippines
7
3
 M Both were killed
64. Unknown March 9 1966 Leyte Philippines
7
2
F
65. Graham, Eric Stanley George, 40 Oct. 8/9 1941 Koiterangi New Zealand
7
0
F Shot by police
66. Dumunlag, Mariano Jan. 15 1989 Sumilao Philippines
7
?
F Committed suicide
67. Unknown Mountain Province Philippines
7
?
Shot dead
Also killed several other persons
68. Breta° Nov. 25 1885 Bawean Indonesia
6-12
1-11
 M Arrested
69. Cabisada, Ramon^ May 3/4 1989 Upper Gusa & Lower Gusa Philippines
6-8
14-24
F Committed suicide
70. Baju Sep. 27 1922 Surabaya Indonesia
6+
11-12
 M Killed by police
71. Jaafar Patola, 32° Oct. 11 1981 Parit Setan Malaysia
6
25
 M Shot by police
72. Bagay, Eduardo^ Aug. 1995 Gonzaga Philippines
6
17
F
73. Blanac, Honorio, 20 June 11 1970 Quezon Philippines
6
15
 M
74. Anang° May 27 1899 Steamboat "Sri Pontianak" Indonesia
6
13
 M Shot dead [7]
75. Unknown July 1946 Keidjan Indonesia
6
10
76. de la Pena, Domingo° June 2 1989 Catbalogan Philippines
6
8
 M Shot by police
77. Benegrado, ---^ Jan. 30 1927 S.S. "San Antonio" Philippines
6
7
FM Arrested
78. Unknown Sep. 30 1936 Pacitan Indonesia
6
4
 M Killed by police
79. Anderson, Stephen Lawrence, 24° Feb. 8 1997 Raurimu New Zealand
6
4
F Found not guilty by reason of insanity [8]
80. Unknown June 1892 Lahad Datu Malaysia
6
3
Arrested
81. Unknown Jan. 17 1967 Cagayan de Oro Philippines
6
3
 M Arrested
82. Two Unknown Men Dec. 23 1968 Philippines
6
3
83. Unknown° Jan. 15 1873 Salambui Indonesia
6
2+
 MA
84. Rajah Mansur, 20 1877 Sayong Malaysia
6
2
 M [9]
85. Molina, Ruel, 31 Dec. 20 2014 Kimantong Philippines
6
1-3
 MA Shot by police
86. Musa Jan. 19 1936 Serui Indonesia
6
1
 M Arrested
87. Ramos, Teddy^ Aug. 23 1981 Tayug Philippines
6
1
F Arrested
88. Chang Yee Loong, 32° Nov. 2 2000 Miri Malaysia
6
1
 M Found not guilty by reason of insanity
89. Unknown Oct. 22 1641 Bantam Indonesia
6
?
 M Killed by angry mob
90. Unknown Oct. 1881 Timor Indonesia
6
?
Killed by angry mob
91. Unknown Jan. 1971 Iligan Philippines
6
?
 M Shot by police
92. Perez, Eleazar^ April 23 1993 Philippines
6
?
 M
93. Unknown Feb. 1891 Lower Perak Malaysia
5
31
Arrested
94. Gargasoulas, Dimitrious, 26° Jan. 20 2017 Melbourne Australia
6
37
 MV Arrested [10]
94. Petalvo, Fidel, 23 Oct. 8 1981 Mandaluyong Philippines
5
14
 M Arrested
95. Unknown June 15 1920 Tonrokassi Indonesia
5
13
Killed by his brother-in-law
96. Nantjo, 35 Oct. 3 2004 Kalora Indonesia
5
11
 M Killed by angry mob
97. Unknown 1875 Little Dewakan Indonesia
5
10
Killed
98. Entjik Abu Sep. 25 1887 Kebon Sari Indonesia
5
10
 M Arrested
99. Saleng Bin Sulemang° March 22 1956 Lajang Indonesia
5
10
 M Killed by angry mob
100. Nyambeng Enturan, 35 June 6 2007 Ulu Engkabau Malaysia
5
9
F Arrested [11]
101. Jaya March 21 1909 Tranum Malaysia
5
8
 M Shot by police
102. Saidoong July 27 1862 Malayu Indonesia
5
7
 M Killed by angry mob
103. Espora, Moises^ May 3 1949 Manila Philippines
5
7
F
104. Bernable, Alfredo K., 47 Dec. 26 1965 Mindoro Philippines
5
7
 M Arrested
105. Fajardo, Jose June 25 1976 Cebu City Philippines
5
7
 M Committed suicide
106. Bergonia, George April 30 1994 Mocag Philippines
5
7
F Arrested
107. Sie Poenij Dec. 8 1868 Padang Indonesia
5
6
 M Arrested
108. Unknown Feb. 4 1967 Tinaguis Philippines
5
5+
FMA Arrested
109. Unknown June 4 1964 Manado Indonesia
4
50
 M Arrested
110. Panggi^ Sep. 17 1925 Kuching Malaysia
4
27-29
 M Arrested
111. Unknown May 3 1891 Segeri Indonesia
4
14
 M Arrested
112. Unknown Sep. 18 1856 Makassar Indonesia
4
9
Killed
113. Dueh July 21 1883 Sungi Limtah Undup Malaysia
4
9
 M Killed
114. Mamat Ayam° Jan. 20 1925 Kuala Terengganu Malaysia
4
9
 MA Shot by police
115. Unknown July 1934 Larantuka Indonesia
4
9
116. Padang°
Luni°
1860 Negara Nabung Indonesia
4
8
 M Both died
117. Tirona, Andriano, 17 Dec. 29 1948 Rizal Philippines
4
8
F
118. Li Zhongren, 42 Nov. 20 2009 Saipan Northern Mariana Islands
4
8
F Committed suicide [12]
119. Taotomo April 30 1876 Sumenep Indonesia
4
7
 M Committed suicide while awaiting trial
120. Mulla, Abdullah, 60
Gool, Badsha Mahommed, 40
Jan. 1 1915 Broken Hill Australia
4
7
F Both were shot dead [13]
121. Valencia, Melecio° Nov. 28 1927 Dingras, Ilocos Norte Philippines
4
7
Shot by police
122. Lahusani Sep. 1932 Madallo Galesong Indonesia
4
7
Killed
123. Velasco, Olimpiades, 25° April 5 1955 Philippines
4
7
 M Arrested
124. Tawar Dec. 25 1955 Surabaya Indonesia
4
7
 M Arrested
125. Tan Bun Soa Sep. 17 1910 Sungai Sikasim Indonesia
4
6-7
Committed suicide while awaiting trial
126. Unknown Aug. 7 1923 Bujungtangaya Indonesia
4
6
Killed
127. Unknown June 1948 Balikpapan Indonesia
4
6
Arrested
128. Zabala, Jose, 47° Sep. 26 1955 Libacao Philippines
4
6
Killed
129. Ancheta, Conrado^ March 6 1988 San Francisco, Quezon Philippines
4
6
F
130. Unknown April 27 1916 Panji Indonesia
3
~30
Killed by angry mob
131. Barizo, Fernando June 8 1987 Ragay Philippines
3
19
 M Killed by angry mob
132. Carpin, Cirilo Loreto, 45 Aug. 25 1960 Catbalogan City Philippines
3
14
 M Arrested
133. Unknown Oct. 8 1881 Wonosobo Indonesia
3
12
 MA Killed
134. Latun, 14 July 12 1909 Binjai Indonesia
3
12
 M Sentenced to 20 years in prison
Also stabbed three horses
135. Unknown Sep. 1941 Kuala Enok Indonesia
3
12
Arrested
136. DeSoto, Chad Ryan, 21 Feb. 12 2013 Tumon Guam
3
11
 MV Sentenced to life imprisonment [14]
137. Gaygay, Francisco, 35° Dec. 16 1966 Cagayan de Oro Philippines
3
9
 M Shot by police
137. Pelen, Mark Jonnie July 14 2013 Cantutang Philippines
3
9
 MA Arrested
138. Unknown July 9 1933 Baturaja Indonesia
2-12
12
F
139. Mohamed Ali Dawi, 50 Feb. 7 1990 Kalumpang Malaysia
2
18
F Shot by police
140. Unknown April 26/27 1874 Botolan Philippines
2
12
 M Shot by police
141. Unknown April 26 1909 Medan Indonesia
2
11-12
 M Arrested
142. Unknown June 23 1941 Madong Indonesia
2
11
 M Arrested
143. Kuan Ah Meng, 58 Dec. 7 1954 Singapore Singapore
2
11
 M Found to be insane
144. Unknown Feb. 16 1888 Padang Indonesia
2
10
 M Killed
145. Unknown Sep. 3 1892 Penang Malaysia
1-3
15-18
 M Shot by police
146. Usman° March 3 1928 Djembatan Boesoek Indonesia
1
22
 M Arrested [15]
147. Lee Hing June 1/2 1919 Sydney Australia
1
16
F E Shot dead [16]
148. Tami Sep. 2 1957 Tanjong Batulak Indonesia
1
16
 M Arrested
149. Jalliang Aug. 25 1889 Kuching Malaysia
1
15
 M Sentenced to death and executed
150. Parkinson, Martin, 21 Sep. 7 1974 Malvern & Glen Waverley Australia
1
12
 M Shot by police
151. Unknown Soldier^ Feb. 18 1866 Cavite Philippines
1
11
 M
152. Unknown Nov. 2/3 1918 Tanjung Balai Indonesia
1
11-13
 M Arrested
153. Kamin^ July 23 1941 Medan Indonesia
1
11
 M Arrested [17]
154. Unknown, 50 Dec. 1955 Ship Philippines
1
11
Committed suicide
155. Mazurski, Bogdan, 36 Sep. 9 1959 Sydney Australia
1
10-11
 M Found not guilty by reason of insanity
156. Unknown June 1937 Waipa Indonesia
0-3
10-13
Committed suicide
157. Unknown Dec. 21 1904 Pontianak Indonesia
0
31
Arrested
158. Abad, Dalmacio, 60 Dec. 27 2001 Surigao City Philippines
0
22
 M Arrested
159. Unknown Dec. 1837 Semarang Indonesia
0
20+
 M Killed
160. Aihin° April 12 1878 Telok Blangah Singapore
0
16-17
 M Died
161. Avi° March 24 1927 Lambangsari Indonesia
0
15
 MA Killed by his brother
162. Unknown Nov. 1926 S.S. "Hong Peng" Singapore
0
14-20
163. Unknown June 22 1966 Ship Philippines
0
14
 M Arrested
164. Unknown May 25 1915 Tambun Malaysia
0
13
 M Arrested
165. Malisya, Evaristo, 30 June 17 1991 Olongapo Philippines
0
13
 M
166. Batjook^ Sep. 29 1891 Semarang Indonesia
0
12-13
 M Arrested

Abbreviations and footnotesEdit

† – Unconfirmed event
° – At least one of the victims was a relative of the assailant
^ – Assailant was a member of the military, police, or a comparable force at the time of the rampage

W – A basic description of the weapons used in the murders

F – Firearms and other ranged weapons, especially rifles and handguns, but also bows and crossbows, grenade launchers, flamethrowers, or slingshots
M – Melee weapons, like knives, swords, spears, machetes, axes, clubs, rods, stones, or bare hands
O – Any other weapons, such as bombs, hand grenades, Molotov cocktails, poison and poisonous gas, as well as vehicle and arson attacks
A – indicates that an arson attack was the only other weapon used
V – indicates that a vehicle was the only other weapon used
E – indicates that explosives of any sort were the only other weapon used

ReferencesEdit

  1. Nine persons killed by Malay in a train, The Times (London) (October 11, 1947)
    – The Lethbridge Herald (October 14, 1947)
  2. Sulu camp shootout instigated by civilian, military probe shows, Sun.Star Manila (April 27, 2007)
    Massacre in Army camp, philstar.com (April 9, 2007)
    Army men killed in drinking spree?, philstar.com (April 10, 2007)
    Unidentified civilian blamed for Sulu carnage--military, Philippine Daily Inquirer (April 26, 2007)
  3. From decorated police officer to hostage-taker, Philippine Daily Inquirer (August 24, 2010)
    No hostage killed by SWAT - PNP, Philippine Star (August 30, 2010)
  4. Indische Schetsen, Limburg's Belang (August 16, 1913)
  5. Gunman kills 9 in house-to-house rampage in Philippine town, CNN (January 4, 2013)
    Seven dead, nine wounded in shooting rampage by lone gunman in Cavite, GMA News TV (January 4, 2013)
    8 dead in Cavite shooting rampage, The Philippine Star (January 4, 2013)
    Kawit rampage: Gunman kills 7, wounds 8, The Philippine Star (January 5, 2013)
  6. Het bloedbad in Koela Bangko, Vlissingse Courant (September 26, 1935)
    Amok, Het Vaderland (September 14, 1935)
    Godsdienstwaanzin, Het Vaderland (September 16, 1935)
    Nordlands Avis (September 24, 1935) (p.2)
    De zevenvoudige moordenaar, Bataviaasch Nieuwsblad (September 25, 1935)
  7. An Amok Runner - 5 Killed and 11 Wounded, The Straits Times (May 29, 1899)
    The "Amok" inquest, The Straits Times (May 30, 1899)
    The terrible amok off Singapore, The Singapore Free Press and Mercantile Advertiser (May 30, 1899)
    Brief notes - Lee Ah Lim, The Straits Times (June 1, 1899)
    The "Sri Pontianak", The Straits Times (June 13, 1899)
    News of the Week, Northern Territory Times and Gazette (June 30, 1899)
    – Slain by fanatics, The Salt Lake Tribune (July 16, 1899)
    Running amok - Horrible tragedy on a steamer, Nelson Evening Mail (July 29, 1899)
    The "Amok" Case, The Straits Times (September 18, 1899)
    Sri Pontianak amok case, The Singapore Free Press (November 7, 1925)
  8. New Zealand massacre suspect charged with murder, CNN (February 9, 1997)
    Raurimu killer let out on leave, The New Zealand Herald (October 4, 1999)
  9. Running Amuck, Deseret News (May 8, 1878)
    Fortnight's Summary, Straits Times Overland Journal (July 21, 1877)
    Monday, 9th July, The Straits Times (July 14, 1877)
    Nederlandsch-Indie - De Straits Times, Java-Bode (July 20, 1877)
  10. Blackburn South woman dies in hospital after Bourke St rampage, news.com.au (January 31, 2017)
  11. Carnage at wedding party, Borneo Post (June 8, 2007)
    What could have caused the monstrosity?, Borneo Post (June 9, 2007)
    Five bodies claimed for burial, Borneo Post (June 11, 2007)
    Shooter faces 16 criminal charges, denies all , Borneo Post (September 2, 2009)
  12. Police identify gunman in deadly Saipan rampage, Associated Press (November 22. 2009)
    Authorities: Gunman kills 4, wounds 6 on Saipan, CNN (November 20, 2009)
    Gunman Opens Fire on Saipan; 5 Dead, The New York Times (November 20, 2009)
    Police ID Chinese man as Saipan gunman, China Daily (November 23, 2009)
    Police probe motive of Northern Marianas gunman, AFP (November 24, 2009)
  13. Dreadful affair at Broken Hill, The Advertiser (January 2, 1915)
    Outlawry - Train attacked by Turks, The Sydney Morning Herald (January 2, 1915)
    Wild scenes at Broken Hill, The Sydney Morning Herald (January 4, 1915)
    Broken Hill Outrage, The Age (January 6, 1915)
    Barrier Shooting - Inquest on Victims, The Sydney Morning Herald (January 8, 1915)
  14. Police arrest man for mass stabbing of Japanese tourists in Guam, The Asahi Shimbun (February 13, 2013)
    Tumon victims named, Pacific Daily News (February 13, 2013)
    Guam man kills two Japanese, stabs baby in deadly attack, asiaone.com (February 13, 2013)
    3rd Person Dies After Guam Crash-Stabbing Rampage, ABC News (February 14, 2013)
    DeSoto sentenced to 3 life sentences without parole, Pacific Daily News (September 25, 2014)
  15. Oost-Indie - Amok, Het Vaderland (March 5, 1928)
    Verschillende Berichten, Middelburgsche Courant (March 6, 1928)
    Amok te Batavia, Nieuwe Rotterdamsche Courant (April 4, 1928)
    Native runs amok in Kebon Dieroek, The Singapore Free Press and Mercantile Advertiser (March 17, 1928)
  16. Running Amok - Insane Chinaman at Sydney, Grey River Argus (June 20, 1919)
    The Sydney Sensation, The Brisbane Courier (June 3, 1919)
    Victims all recovering, The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times (June 4, 1919)
    Shooting sensation, Zeehan and Dundas Herald (June 16, 1919)
    Sidney shooting sensation, Adelaide Chronicle (June 21, 1919)
    Lee Hing justifiably shot, The Capricornian (June 21, 1919)
    A victim succumbs , The Adelaide Mail (June 28, 1919)
  17. Killed nine persons - Javanese runs amok, Cairns Post (July 26, 1941)
    Japanese runs amok, Townsville Daily Bulletin (July 26, 1941)
    Amokdrama in Polonia, Soerabaijasch handelsblad (July 28, 1941)
    De mok in Medans Politiekazerne, Bataviaasch nieuwsblad (July 25, 1941)
    Amokmaker "normal"?, De Sumatra Post (September 25, 1941)
    Strafzaken te Medan, Bataviaasch nieuwsblad (November 1, 1941)


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