Five Afghans stabbed to death in Ankara
Local reports say the victims appeared to have died from knife wounds a week ago.
The bodies of five Afghan nationals, possibly refugees, were discovered inside a house in Turkey's low-income Onder district in Ankara, state-owned news agency Anadolu reported on Friday.
Prior to the discovery, the five individuals were reported to have been missing.
As soon as their families found the bodies, Ankara's police were rapidly called to the scene.
According to Haber Turk, the victims appeared to have died from knife wounds a week ago.
Other sources stated that one of the bodies, which was handcuffed from behind, was found inside a wardrobe.
The identities of the victims still haven't been released.
Ankara's Onder district is widely known to house migrants from Syria and Afghanistan.
Five Afghan refugees in Turkey’s capital Ankara found stabbed to death in an apartment. Likely killed weeks ago https://t.co/tCagd60jpq pic.twitter.com/ldCD98KTbP— Borzou Daragahi 🖊🗒 (@borzou) November 11, 2022
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