Two bodies found at Qatif farm



JEDDAH: ARAB NEWS

Published — Sunday 9 February 2014

Last update 9 February 2014 12:53 am

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Police are investigating a case of two unidentified bodies that were found buried at a farm in Qatif.
Mohammad Al-Shahri, assistant media spokesman at the Eastern Province Police Department, said that Qatif police launched Saturday a manhunt for the person responsible for burying the bodies at an abandoned farm in the Qatif Governorate.
Al-Shahri said police reached the scene with a forensic team after receiving a call from a man who had rented the farm out and had unearthed the bodies as he was digging on the plot of land.

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