Saturday 21 November 2020
Kafr El Sheikh – Islam Ammar:
The investigations conducted by the Prosecutor of the Burullus Center in Kafr El Sheikh regarding the incident of finding the decomposing body of a woman without a head in front of the village of Bar Bahri in Burullus revealed new details of the incident, and confirmed that she is not Egyptian.
The investigations revealed that some belongings were found inside the body’s underwear, indicating that she is an Indonesian, a Muslim, who holds a master’s degree in forensic science, while the body was transferred to the morgue of Kafr El Sheikh General Hospital, to take a DNA sample from it, based on the decision of the Public Prosecution.
Major General Khaled Al-Azab, Director of Kafr El-Sheikh Security, had received a notification from Lieutenant Colonel Ahmed Al-Jamal, Commissioner of Burullus Police, that a signal came from Captain Eid Zain Al-Abidin, head of the police station of Barr Bahri village, which is affiliated with Al-Burullus, that fishermen found the corroded body of a woman, thrown by the waves To the Mediterranean shore, in the village district.
Major Saad al-Labishi, head of the investigation of the Burullus Police Station, and his assistants, moved to the place where the body was found, and by inspection it was found that the body had decomposed, and it was suspected that it was in the waters of the Mediterranean for a long time, while there is erosion in some parts of the upper half of the body.
The decomposing body was transferred to the morgue of Burj Al-Burullus Hospital, at the disposal of the Public Prosecution, which ordered its transfer to the morgue of Kafr El-Sheikh General Hospital.