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Ehab Attaa, Staff Reporter
A 27-year-old Asian employee slaughtered his girlfriend after she refused to marry him.
After the crime, he went to a restaurant and had lunch, then surrendered himself to Al Muraqqabat police station, and guided the police to the location of the body.
Details of the incident date back to July 2019, when a policeman at the Al Muraqqabat police station was surprised to see the suspect entering with his hand wrapped in a blood-stained piece of cloth.
He told the policeman, "I killed my girlfriend.”
The suspect told the policeman the details of the incident, so the policeman asked one of the police officers to take him into custody. Then he went to the car park, and opened the suspect's car to find the victim’s body inside with marks of the murder on her neck.
The policeman also saw a knife in the back seat with traces of blood, so he call the Operations Room and informed them about the incident.
The suspect told the policeman that he called the victim and asked her to meet him to talk about her relationship with men.
Then, he sent e-mails to her family assuring that he would kill her if they did not find a solution.
He presented the messages to the policeman.
The suspect also indicated that he offered to marry the victim but she told him of her family’s refusal, so he lost control over himself and massacred her with a knife.
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