Renewing the imprisonment of two workers who burned a textile store after it was stolen in Abdeen, for 15 days

Renewing the imprisonment of two workers who burned a textile store after it was stolen in Abdeen, for 15 days
Renewing the imprisonment of two workers who burned a textile store after it was stolen in Abdeen, for 15 days
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The opposition judge at Abdeen Court decided to renew the detention of two workers for 15 days pending investigation, on charges of setting fire to a textile store to remove suspicion from them after it was stolen.

The Ministry of Interior revealed the circumstances of what was reported to the Abdeen Police Station in the Cairo Security Directorate, that a fire broke out in a textile store in the department’s department.

Immediately, the forces of the General Administration of Civil Protection in Cairo moved in, and were able to control and extinguish the fire. Upon examination, it was found that the fire had broken out in a textile store on the ground floor in one of the real estate located in the Abdeen department, and resulted in the burning of a large amount of textiles “without injuries.”

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Later, the owner of the aforementioned store, and the owner of a company selling clothing accessories, came to the department and accused one of the employees in the store of committing the incident.

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By conducting investigations and collecting information with the help of modern technologies, it was possible to identify a person – if he ran after setting fire to the warehouse, the subject of the communication, and it turned out that he is (unemployed, residing in the Al-Sayeda Zainab Police Department).

After codifying the procedures, he was targeted and caught, and he confessed to committing the incident at the instigation of his friend (the “defendant”), given that he embezzled a quantity of cloth from inside the warehouse at his place of work and disposed of it by selling it in his favor, knowing that the victim had made an inventory of the store, so he agreed with him to set the store on fire. In order to do so, the “defendant” fabricated a copy of the store keys and handed it to the accused. He went to the store and poured a quantity of “gasoline” liquid, set it on fire and fled, and by targeting the (defendant) it was possible to arrest him and confront him with the statements of the arrested defendant, who supported them, and summoned The whistleblower accused them of committing the incident.

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