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Investigators reveal details behind Cairo University murder

Criminal investigation officers have unveiled new details in the murder case that occurred at the Faculty of Archeology, Cairo University.

An employee shot dead a female colleague inside the youth care building at the Faculty of Archeology. The victim died upon reaching hospital, as the perpetrator fled in a private car according to surveillance footage.

Investigations found that the victim was Norhan H., 32, a youth welfare department employee at the Faculty of Archaeology.

The perpetrator previously proposed to the victim but was rejected, according to investigations. The accused had previously tried to set fire to her car at her residence a few years ago.

After being shot six times, she was transferred to the student hospital and died upon arrival.

Detectives were able to identify the accused as Ahmed H., 35, a youth care specialist at the Faculty of Kindergarten, Cairo University.

He previously worked at the same workplace with the victim and was frequently transferred due to poor conduct.

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