Two security men martyred in Jeddah

Saturday 1439/1/17 - 2017/10/07
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Riyadh, Muharram 17, 1439, October 07, 2017, SPA -- The security spokesman of the Ministry of the Interior said that at 3:15 pm on Saturday, an outpost of the Royal Guard, located in front of the western gate of the Peace Palace in Jeddah, came under fire by a person who got out of a Hyundai car and was immediately dealt with by the Royal Guard men as required by the situation, resulting in his death in the same place immediately, and this cowardly act also resulted in martyrdom of sergeant Hammad bin Shallah al-Mutairi, and soldier Abdullah bin Faisal al-Subaie and the injury of corporal Walid bin Ali Shami, soldier Ahmed Saleh Al-Qarni and soldier Abdullah Hindi Subei'i who are currently receiving treatment.
According to the Interior Ministry's security spokesman, it was found from the proceedings of verification of the identity of that person that his name was Mansur bin Hassan bin Ali al-Fahid al-Amiri, a 28-year-old Saudi national, and carried a Kalashnikov machine gun and three Molotov fire grenades. The security authorities are still carrying out their investigations, and any developments will be announced later.
--SPA
22:38 LOCAL TIME 19:38 GMT