The interpol office in Rabat received a warrant to jail the suspect.
Rabat – The General Directorate of National Security (DGSN) has announced that it received a call for help from a woman in France, calling on Moroccan security services to arrest her brother-in-law.
The woman claimed that her brother-in-law was involved in the alleged murder of her sister and their three children in France in 2013.
The complainant added that she believes the suspect may have escaped France to Morocco following the murder.
DGSN issued a press release to announce that it had received the woman’s message and would take appropriate action.
The statement added that the Interpol office in Rabat has received the international arrest warrant issued by the French judicial authorities against the suspect.
DGSN reported that after a search operation and investigation, security services were unable to locate the suspect.
The statement announced that security services have generalized searches and investigations to facilitate his arrest in accordance with the provisions of international security and judicial cooperation.
The DGSN also reaffirmed its decision to ensure that the Interpol office in Rabat continue its close coordination with the French security authorities in order to bring the suspect to justice.