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The Fayoum Prosecution office began extensive investigations into an unemployed person shooting his family, which led to the death of his son and aunt, his mother-in-law, wife and son were seriously injured and taken to hospital. The Public Prosecution office ordered the suspect to be arrested and the police investigated the incident.
Major General Ramzi Al-Muzain, Assistant Minister of Interior and Director of Fayoum Security, received a notification from the Sanhour Police Station, that an unemployed named “Amr N.” (35 years old – a resident of the village) shot his wife, his two children, his sister-in-law and her mothers inside their home as a result of a quarrel between them on Background The refusal of his wife’s family to return to her home, which resulted in the death of his wife’s sister, Rahmeh Sami Ahmed, 25, and his son, and the injury of his wife, named “Nasma Sami Ahmed, 30,” and “Badriya Riad” in the fifth decade of her life, the mother of his wife and his second son, was shot in their body.
Lieutenant Colonel Muhammad Ashry, head of the investigations of the Sanhour Center, and Major Muhammad Al-Hayen, the assistant of the investigations department, quickly imposed a security cordon and controlled the situation and quickly caught the perpetrator, and it became clear from the preliminary investigations of the Investigations of Sanhour Police Station that the reason for the quarrel was the refusal of the wife’s family to return to her home with her husband and two children for her anger and leaving the house due to abuse The husband of narcotic drugs, his entry to a clinic for the treatment of addiction, his escape from the hospital, and his return to the village to reside in it with his family without treatment, which is why his wife’s family refused to return his wife to him until after completing his treatment, the accused entered into a state of hysteria and fired random shots at everyone and fled.
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