The Public Prosecutor’s Office in 6th of October City continues its investigations into an incident where the villa of Captain Mahmoud Al-Khatib, President of Al-Ahly Club, was robbed in “Al-Ashgar District” in 6th of October City. The accident location.
It is also decided that the investigation authorities will receive the results of counting the stolen items that were counted with the knowledge of the detective.
The prosecution’s inspection of the theft of the villa of “Al-Khatib” revealed the presence of a scattering of the contents of the house, with the disappearance of personal belongings and devices from its contents, as well as a break in one of the windows through which the thief entered the villa.
Investigations revealed that the thief took advantage of the absence of Captain Mahmoud Al-Khatib, head of Al-Ahly Club, and his family from the villa, who traveled to the North Coast to carry out the theft.
The investigations continued, that the initial investigations indicated that the thief planned several days before the execution of the robbery, and he was aware of its entrances and exits, and how to steal its contents, exit and smuggle them without anyone notifying them.
The criminal lab personnel assigned by the decision of the Public Prosecutor shall work to remove the evidence from the villa site, to examine it, write a full report on it, and deliver it to the investigation authorities.
The Public Prosecution office is hearing the statements of eyewitnesses about the incident, members of the “Al-Khatib” family, and security personnel of the area that witnessed the incident, and ordered the removal of surveillance cameras, to reveal the circumstances and circumstances of the incident.
Mahmoud Al-Khatib, president of Al-Ahly Club, released a statement in the 6th of October Police Station after his house was stolen in the “Hay Al Ashgar” area on the 6th of October.
Sources said that Al-Khatib was surprised, after he returned with his family from the summer vacation in the North Coast, that many of the contents of his house were stolen, noting that the police conducted an inspection of Al-Khatib’s house to identify the stolen items and the perpetrator.