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Drug Addict Shot Dead By Police After Killing Seven People

Drug Addict Shot Dead By Police After Killing Seven People
Drug Addict Shot Dead By Police After Killing Seven People
After killing seven people, including his siblings, uncles, and neighbors,  the drug addict was shot dead in a gunfight with police.


Seven people were slain in Libya by a young man known for abusing drugs and hallucinatory pills, including two siblings, two uncles, and three neighbors.


On Friday morning, December 17, a killing spree occurred in Tobruk, Libya’s easternmost city.


According to local media, the suspect, Mohammed Muftah Saleh Abd Rabo, was killed in a shootout with police officers who attempted to apprehend him in a farm where he was hiding.


Rabo was under the influence of drugs and hallucinatory pills w hen he perpetrated the heinous murder, according to Tobruk security directorate chief Sami Idriss.


Before being shot, the suspect opened fire on police officers attempting to apprehend him, according to the security chief.


The mother of the murderer’s mother died as a result of the incident, according to reports.


The woman died from the shock of the occurrence, according to the security head.


Abdel Rahim Zakri Mohamed Ehchishi, Imran Ibrahim La’it Ghaith, Magdy Mahmoud Afdel, Monjed Meftah, and Muhammad Miloud Youssef Fadil La’it Al-Khayib have been identified as six of the fatalities.


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