Katia da Silva Sastre pictures,killed gunman Elivelton Neves Moreira outside a school
Katia da Silva Sastre, 42, pictured left, rounded a gunman who threatened to shoot outside of a Mother's Day event at a local school in Sao Paulo, Brazil on Saturday
On Sunday she was honored with flowers by Sao Paulo Governor Márcio França, pictured second right, to commend her for her bravery
Speaking on Officer Sastre's heroic act he said: 'Her courage and precision saved mothers and children, yesterday at the door of a school'
Security cameras outside the private school in Sao Paulo shows the bandit, dressed in a black jacket, casually walk up and announce it's a robbery while pointing a gun at terrified mothers
Despite the suspect dying later the same day in hospital from his injuries, Officer Sastre has been commended for her actions
Military police officer Katia da Silva Sastre, 42, rounded on the gunman, identified as Elivelton Neves Moreira, 21, and surprised him by whipping out her weapon and firing three times
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