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Two murder cases reported in Sohar, Mahoot
Times News Service
March 01, 2013 , 9 : 15 pm
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A 16-year-old national was found dead in Saih Al Makram in the wilayat of Sohar yesterday. The boy had been beaten up by unidentified persons and thrown from the top of an under-construction house in Sohar, according to sources from Royal Oman Police.
The deceased was identified as Majid Al Fathi and he had gone missing for the last four days, one of his relative, Ahmed, told Times of Oman. The deceased's body was transferred to ROP hospital for forensic examination for further investigations.
In another incident, a 50-year-old national was killed by his domestic worker in the wilayat of Mahoot yesterday morning. The worker belonging to Asian nationality killed the deceased with a sharp iron tool while he was counting the money earned from selling one of his camels. Then the accused stole the deceased's vehicles and escaped, source from ROP told Times of Oman. The accused is still at large.
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