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Pro-Gov’t Groups Remove Rubble from Yarmouk Camp, Steal Civilian Property

Published : 22-01-2019

Pro-Gov’t Groups Remove Rubble from Yarmouk Camp, Steal Civilian Property

Activists quoted eye-witnesses as stating that pro-government groups in Syria have been clearing rubble in Street 30 in Yarmouk Camp and seizing civilians’ belongings.

According to the activists, government vehicles continue to scour the area. Eight buildings have reportedly been subjected to theft-property over recent days.

Members of the Fourth Division have allegedly been stealing furniture, iron, aluminum, brass and plumbing toolkit, and transferring them outside of the camp.

The Sawt AlAsima news site said theft-property in Yarmouk has occurred at a time when teams employed by pro-government businessmen have embarked on debris-clearance. The stolen kit will be recycled and put up for sale.

Over recent months, reports have emerged on the spread of burglary attempts to pro-government squads in and around Yarmouk Camp following the recapture of the area on May 21, 2018.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8207

Activists quoted eye-witnesses as stating that pro-government groups in Syria have been clearing rubble in Street 30 in Yarmouk Camp and seizing civilians’ belongings.

According to the activists, government vehicles continue to scour the area. Eight buildings have reportedly been subjected to theft-property over recent days.

Members of the Fourth Division have allegedly been stealing furniture, iron, aluminum, brass and plumbing toolkit, and transferring them outside of the camp.

The Sawt AlAsima news site said theft-property in Yarmouk has occurred at a time when teams employed by pro-government businessmen have embarked on debris-clearance. The stolen kit will be recycled and put up for sale.

Over recent months, reports have emerged on the spread of burglary attempts to pro-government squads in and around Yarmouk Camp following the recapture of the area on May 21, 2018.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8207