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Robbery Gang Arrested in Khan Eshieh Camp

Published : 15-09-2021

Robbery Gang Arrested in Khan Eshieh Camp

Policemen in Khan Eshieh refugee camp arrested a three-member robbery gang involved in crimes and burglary against civilians.

Local sources told AGPS that over the past few weeks the gangsters stole the belongings and money of an elderly and his wife.

A few days earlier, an elderly Palestinian refugee sheltered in Khan Eshieh Camp, in Syria’s Rif Dimashq province, was killed by gangsters who attempted to rob his money.

The victim—Adnan Mousa Khuza’i, nicknamed Abu Samir—died at the hospital. He was heavily beaten on his head with a metal bar while he was taking a siesta outside of his flea store. The gangsters robbed the shop after fatally beating the man.

The residents called for launching an immediate probe into the crime.

Palestinian families taking refuge in Khan Eshieh camp have been struggling with squalid humanitarian conditions inflicted by the ten-year warfare.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/12176

Policemen in Khan Eshieh refugee camp arrested a three-member robbery gang involved in crimes and burglary against civilians.

Local sources told AGPS that over the past few weeks the gangsters stole the belongings and money of an elderly and his wife.

A few days earlier, an elderly Palestinian refugee sheltered in Khan Eshieh Camp, in Syria’s Rif Dimashq province, was killed by gangsters who attempted to rob his money.

The victim—Adnan Mousa Khuza’i, nicknamed Abu Samir—died at the hospital. He was heavily beaten on his head with a metal bar while he was taking a siesta outside of his flea store. The gangsters robbed the shop after fatally beating the man.

The residents called for launching an immediate probe into the crime.

Palestinian families taking refuge in Khan Eshieh camp have been struggling with squalid humanitarian conditions inflicted by the ten-year warfare.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/12176