Killer of terror suspect told to surrender


Security forces in the Eastern Province identified the killer of a wanted man and asked him to surrender.

Col. Ziad Al-Ruqaiti, spokesman of police in the Eastern Province, said that police demand suspect Ali bin Hasan Al-Abu Abdullah to immediately surrender himself to the security forces after being accused of killing Mohammed Al-Faraj.

Al-Faraj was on a list of 23 most wanted terrorists released by the Interior Ministry in 2012. They were accused of

committing terrorist attacks and riots in Al-Qatif province.

Al-Ruqaiti said that Al-Faraj sustained fatal gunshot injuries on 10/10/1436 Hijri, corresponding to July, 28, 2015, and was taken to Modhar Dispensary in Al-Qudayh by his brother where he died.

Investigation in the case identified Ali Abdullah, also wanted by Eastern Province police for involvement in a number of crimes, as the man who killed Al-Faraj.

Al-Ruqaiti requested people who have information about the suspect to contact the police immediately, saying that whoever is harboring the suspect will be held responsible.

Ali Abdullah, who had a dispute with Al-Faraj, shot the 33-year-old several times.

Al-Faraj’s death came after numerous attempts by security forces to arrest him failed, because he shot his way out. An attempt to arrest him two years ago resulted in the death of his nephew Ali Al-Faraj and another man. Two policemen were killed in the operation and two others were wounded.


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