Policeman, 2 ‘outlaws’ killed in fire exchange south of Cairo
Security forces - Youm7 archive

CAIRO: A low-ranking police officer and two “outlaws” were killed Friday morning in a fire exchange at Haram Street in Giza, head of the general administration of Giza investigations Magdy Abdel Aal told Youm7.

Police forces raided the outlaws’ home after their father, 55, reported to Haram police station that his sons were assaulting him and his mother to force them to pay for drugs, Abdel Aal said.

The outlaws fired a “barrage of bullets,” killing the policeman. The two people were also killed by the police, he added.

Also on Friday morning, an improvised explosive device was dismantled on a bridge connecting Qalyubia with Cairo, according to Youm7. It was placed inside a handbag with a circuit and some wires.

No injuries or damages were reported.

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