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Soar in thieving, looting cases in Daraa province

Local | 2020-10-18 11:39:00
Soar in thieving, looting cases in Daraa province
The cases of thieving and plundering are terribly increased in southern Daraa province, amid the Assad regime's neglect of these incidents, which increased the suffering of civilians who mainly live under assassinations, arrests, and dire economic conditions.

Daraa24 Network, local monitoring group, said that a person from the town of Dael was injured after being robbed, during which his "van" was stolen, pointing out that he was robbed, after receiving a call for an emergency situation regarding his wife's work as a midwife, and after arriving on the agricultural road connecting the towns of Dael and Nawa, an armed group stopped him and shot him and killed him, then stole his car.

Daraa24 indicated that this case is not the first incident in the city, where an armed group also looted a civilian’s “taxi”, and before that a Kia 4000 agricultural vehicle from another civilian.

It reported that a similar incident occurred recently in the town of Saida, east of Daraa, where masked gunmen raided a house, where two young men were present, and the gunmen hit one of them with a sharp object until he fainted, and forced the second at gunpoint to tie him down.

The network stated that it had detected many cases of motorbike theft in many areas of the province, either by stealing from people by stopping them and stealing the bike, or by stealing it from in front of homes and shops.

The network also pointed out that armed robbery has increased in recent times in many cities and towns in Daraa, with the absence of any controls over it from any governmental or local authorities.

The security authorities are informed of these operations without taking any measures. This came amid poor living conditions and need.

Zaman Al Wasl
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