A security source told “Sky News Arabia” that the killer died as a result of his injury.
The killer had fired 6 bullets at Iman Irsheed, 21, Thursday, inside the Jordan Applied Science University campus, and then fled the crime scene.
A statement by the Jordanian Public Security Directorate at the time stated that the girl “was taken to the hospital in a bad condition, and the perpetrator fled and investigations were launched to determine his identity and arrest him.” Later, the girl died of her injury.
A spokesman for the Security Directorate had said that the killer had been identified, and that he “planned his crime and tried as much as possible to conceal his identity and his impact through misleading methods.”.
He added that “his house and several locations were raided, and he was not found there, and the search for him is still going on.”
Jordanians and the victim’s family demanded, through social media and local news sites, that the perpetrator be punished, who, if arrested, would have faced a charge of premeditated murder, the punishment of which is death by hanging..
The University of Applied Sciences issued a statement saying: “With hearts wracked by pain and believing in God’s judgment and destiny, the university mourns its student, Iman Irsheed,” pledging to “prosecute everyone who caused this painful incident until he receives just retribution for his heinous crime.”“.
Jordanians circulated the hashtag (#Execution of the Applied Killer) on social media, calling for retribution from the killer.
This crime in Jordan comes days after an Egyptian young man stabbed his colleague in front of her university in the city Mansoura, northern Egypt, after refusing to associate with him Seemingly.
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