The Egyptian security services had earlier managed to liberate a number of bets who had been detained by Ayman Abdel-Maboud, known as the “Fayoum Line” and “the Fayoum thugs” for 30 hours, during which he tortured them.
During the investigation, “Fayoum Line” admitted that he carried out his crime because of his suspicion of his wife’s behavior. He also admitted to killing his wife’s mother during the period of detention, and threw her from the second floor in the yard of the house.
It turned out that the accused Abdel-Maboud killed the wife more than two months ago and buried the body in the marital home.
The Egyptian Ministry of Interior said that information received confirmed that the aforementioned killed his wife in early September and buried her in his residence.
During a search of the house, it was found that the wife’s body was buried at a depth of 4 meters in one of the rooms, so that the Public Prosecution office was notified to investigate and take the necessary legal action.
Fayoum witnessed a hostage-taking that ended at dawn on Thursday, and it was found that Ayman Abdel-Maboud had detained his son, his wife’s mother, his two daughters-in-law, his wife’s sister and daughter, one of his relatives who works as an employee in a company, and his friend the owner of a mobile phone shop.
The aforementioned stated that the employee and his friend, the owner of the phone shop, were released, after one of them was shot, and he was subsequently taken to the hospital.
The story began with a report from some people to the Fayoum Police Station that a person had detained a number of his family members and others from outside it, in the Abdo Square area in Fayoum.
It turned out that his name is Ayman (44 years), and he was unemployed and had previously been accused in cases of weapons, extortion, attempted murder, fire, shooting, killing and quarrel.