Details of a horrific crime that shook Lebanon… a pharmacist was slaughtered at her workplace

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An atmosphere of shock prevailed on the streets of the town, where the pharmacist Laila Rizk (mother of 3 children) was found dead in one of its pharmacies on Monday evening, inside her workplace, for the security forces and criminal evidence to urgently prepare, to conduct investigations and reveal the circumstances the crime.

And about the details of the crime, the captain of the Pharmacists Syndicate in Lebanon, Joe Salloum, said in an interview with "Sky News Arabia"that "There are preliminary leads gathered about the horrific crime"He, accompanied by the Minister of Interior and Municipalities, Bassam Mawlawi, went to the crime scene, where a security cordon was put in place.

Salloum added that the pharmacist Rizk was found covered in her blood in the pharmacy toilet, pointing out that security measures were taken in the place and preliminary investigations showed that Rizk had been slaughtered and that the perpetrators of the crime had hidden from view, and they are of non-Lebanese nationality.".

He continued: "So far, there are no additional details or information about the incident, pending completion of investigations and examination Surveillance Cameras in the area".

Captain Salloum mourned the victim, and said: "She is a colleague and friend who left with a terrible crime in her pharmacy.. I communicate with those concerned to uncover the circumstances of the horrific crime, and to protect pharmacists".

and flag location "Sky News Arabia" that no motive theft Behind the murder of the pharmacist Laila Rizk. The motives are still unknown.

The forensic doctor, after exposing the body, stated that, contrary to what was circulated in local media, the victim was not raped.

The health sector today was in Lebanon He was devastated by the death of 3 of "his white army"After the announcement of the death of the former deputy and doctor of the poor (as they call him in Lebanon) Pierre Daccache, the news of the death of Professor Roy Nisnas, who was an effective pillar in the fight against the Corona pandemic, came, then came the evening of the news of the killing of the pharmacist, Laila Rizk.

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An atmosphere of shock prevailed on the streets of the town, where the pharmacist Laila Rizk (mother of 3 children) was found dead in one of its pharmacies on Monday evening, inside her workplace, for the security forces and criminal evidence to urgently prepare, to conduct investigations and reveal the circumstances the crime.

Regarding the details of the crime, Joe Salloum, head of the Pharmacists Syndicate in Lebanon, said in an interview with “Sky News Arabia”, that “there are preliminary leads collected about the horrific crime.” He accompanied the Minister of Interior and Municipalities Bassam Mawlawi to the crime scene, where a security cordon was set

Salloum added that the pharmacist Rizk was found covered in blood in the pharmacy’s toilet, noting that security measures were taken in the place and preliminary investigations showed that Rizk had been slaughtered and that the perpetrators of the crime had hidden from view and were of non-Lebanese nationality.

He continued, “Until this moment, there are no additional details or information about the incident, pending the completion of investigations and an examination.” Surveillance Cameras in the region”.

Captain Salloum mourned the victim, and said, “She is a colleague and friend who left with a terrible crime in her pharmacy. I communicate with those concerned to uncover the circumstances of the horrific crime, and to protect the pharmacists.”

And “Sky News Arabia” learned that there is no motive theft Behind the murder of the pharmacist Laila Rizk. The motives are still unknown.

The forensic doctor, after exposing the body, stated that, contrary to what was circulated in local media, the victim was not raped.

The health sector today was in Lebanon He was saddened by the death of 3 of his “white army.” After announcing the death of the former deputy and doctor of the poor (as they call him in Lebanon) Pierre Daccache, the news of the death of Professor Roy Nisnas, who was an effective pillar in the fight against the Corona pandemic, then came the evening news of the killing of the pharmacist, Laila Rizk. .

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