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    Australia - Mahmoud Hrouk, 16, brutally murdered, Sydney, NSW, 16 May 2015

    The parents of missing Sydney 16-year-old, Mahmoud Hrouk, received a tip that he might be in a house. They peered through a window and saw his blood-covered body, with what police say were 'brutal' head injuries.

    Police say the parents are extremely distraught. They are seeking the help of the public and ask anyone with info to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

    http://www.smh.com.au/nsw/parents-fi...ALhdy28zsr6qiq
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    How awful for the parents to have seen that. Horrible situation I hope they find those responsible ASAP.

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    What an awful find for the parents, how does anyone recover from that?

    I too hope that those involved are caught quickly.

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    Family search for answers to teen's murder
    http://www.news.com.au/national/brea...-1227359735917

    His uncle has told AAP Mahmoud had organised for his mother to pick him up after he mentioned on the phone he was at Mitchell St in Fairfield East.
    The street is around the corner from where Mahmoud's body was found on Belmore St.
    When the call to her son dropped out, Maha Dunia went to Mitchell St, calling out for her son but couldn't find him, family say.
    Those poor parents, and his family. I hope they get answers soon.

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    I wonder who the person was that told the parents to look in the abandoned house?

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    Fatally bashed teen Mahmoud Hrouk 'a beautiful boy' from loving family

    As the sun set last Saturday he asked Mahmoud to come and get some BBQ chicken with him from Granville.

    "I said 'Mahmoud, Mahmoud come with me, please come.' He said: 'No, I want to eat McDonalds.' "I thought, 10, 15 minutes he'll be back."

    Mr Hrouk said it was very unusual for his son to go out at night so when he rang him at 7.30pm and asked if he could go to a friend's house, he saw no reason to say no. When he was not home by nine Mr Hrouk phoned him and asked if he was okay. Mahmoud said he was.

    "When he talked to me I swear to god from my heart, my son, [I thought] something has happened."

    A chorus of relatives chime in and all swear it was very unusual for Mahmoud to be out late at night. His mother was the last person to hear his voice and she said her son asked her to pick him up from nearby Mitchell Street about 9.40pm.

    "He said: 'Mum I'm over at [my friends] on Mitchell'…And the line cut," she said.

    Her car screeched around the streets of Fairfield and Villawood all night and dozens of family members walked the streets yelling his name. The next morning someone told the family they thought he could possibly be at a house on Belmore Street.

    http://www.smh.com.au/nsw/fatally-ba...&mbnr=MzYzOTY3

    It sounds like an abandoned house where the body was found, doesn't it?

    Such a tragic case.
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    Sydney teen Mahmoud Hrouk came from loving home but died in horror house
    http://www.smh.com.au/nsw/sydney-tee...29-ghcfpz.html

    "A group of rogue Sydney teenagers overran a Housing NSW property, which eventually became the scene of a bloody and brutal killing."

    "Homicide Detective Inspector Grant Taylor has previously told Fairfax Media that the house was used as a "local hangout" for youths in the past three to five months.

    Fairfax Media understands the principal resident of the property died last year."


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    Whoever did this needs to be locked up for life. They would do this again in an instant, given the right set of circumstances. RIP. Prayers for his family.
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    Apparently this poor boy was subjected to a brutal sexual assault before he was killed.

    http://m.smh.com.au/national/sydney-...14-gic26l.html

    These people or person needs to be caught!


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    That poor boy!
    I feel so much for his family.

    I hope they find the evil bastard/s who did this!

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    Police arrest man over death of Sydney teenager Mahmoud Hrouk
    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-07-1...-hrouk/6625496

    NSW Police have arrested a 22-year-old man over the sexual assault and murder of Sydney teenager Mahmoud Hrouk.

    Mahmoud's badly beaten body was found by his family in a home in Fairfield East in May.

    Police said Mahmoud had suffered extensive injuries.

    Police arrested the 22-year-old Fairfield East man at 3:00pm and he is currently being questioned at Fairfield Police Station.

    Mahmoud was last seen on the evening on Saturday, May 16, when he rode his bike to a McDonald's outlet in Villawood.

    More to come.

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    The friend he went to maccas with?

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    how awful!

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    I wonder when the arrested man's name will be released?

    I'm very glad there has been an arrest in this case as the details of the murder are so disturbing, it makes me worry for anyone in the community with someone who could do that on the loose.
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