In support of the ongoing investigations, the army withdraws surveillance cameras

In support of the ongoing investigations, the army withdraws surveillance cameras
In support of the ongoing investigations, the army withdraws surveillance cameras

The areas of tension witnessed a state of cautious calm yesterday, amid noticeable measures by the Lebanese army in the area, as it created roadblocks on the roads leading to it, specifically in Tayouneh, Ain al-Rummaneh and Adliya. While there was news in the country about the emergence of an armed man and the erection of checkpoints in other areas.

Military sources told Al-Jumhuriya that investigations were launched about what happened Thursday, and that there were arrests (some sources talked about 19 detainees, including two Syrians).

The sources indicated that the army, in support of the ongoing investigations, worked to withdraw surveillance cameras from a number of houses and shops in the area, where the analysis of the data began to show what elements it might carry useful for the investigation and to identify those involved in the shooting and sniping operations.

 
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