A horrific crime in Lattakia: The barber lured the customer to clean his skin and .. killed him

The Syrian security services revealed, in the city of Latakia, details of a horrific murder that took place inside a barbershop, and announced the arrest of the perpetrator, according to what was published by the Syrian Ministry of Interior.

In the details, information was received to the Criminal Security Branch in Lattakia about the presence of the body of a person with a gunshot wound to the head from the back and thrown on the main road between the villages of Al-Ruwaimiya and Al-Amiriya in the town of Al-Hanadi.

Immediately, a patrol from the Criminal Security Branch went to the place to investigate the incident, and it was found that the body belonged to the victim (Issam. Sh), and after collecting information and evidence, the suspicion was identified to a person named (Maher. D) working in the barber profession. However, the medical examination confirmed that the hair of the chin and head had recently been shaved.

By investigating his barber shop, he found bloodstains in it. When confronted with evidence, he confessed that he had killed the aforementioned after prior planning for that due to material differences between them. He lured him to his men’s barber shop. He was shot in the head from behind by a hunting rifle while he was on a chair, then he closed his shop and went home until there was no movement in the village.

Two hours later, he went to the crime scene by a Suzuki car that he borrowed from one of his neighbors on the pretext of transporting fodder for his cows. He placed the victim's body in a bag and transported it in the trunk of the car and threw it on the public road. Then he returned to clean the crime scene and the car from traces of blood, broke the victim's mobile and disposed of it and then hid The crime instrument is to be buried within agricultural lands and later thrown into the river.

The deceased's mobile and the crime instrument were found.

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