Families in the village of Om al-Khair, southwest of Tal Tamr district, Al-Hasaka canton were robbed by mercenaries of the Turkish occupation in broad daylight.
Mercenaries stole 300 sheep from five families. When they tried to retrieve them, they were beaten and insulted by the mercenaries of the Turkish occupation army.
Ahmad al-Haddad, one of the civilians whose sheep were stolen, said, "I was grazing my sheep on the international road M4 off Leylan village which is under the control of the Turkish occupation army and its mercenaries at six in the morning."
The blacksmith, whose 35 sheep were stolen, stated that he and his relatives went to the village of Laylan, which is under the control of the Turkish occupation army and its mercenaries, to demand their sheep, but they were beaten and insulted by them and could not retrieve their livestock.
Al-Haddad stressed that the Turkish occupation army and its mercenaries always target unarmed civilians for theft, looting and killing.
In the same context, Amina Muhammad, one of the civilians from the village of Om al-Khair whose livestock were stolen by the mercenaries, said, "The mercenaries stole the livestock and expelled my son. After we went to the villages under the control of the Turkish occupation mercenaries, we recovered a few of our sheep and were expelled by the mercenaries."
In a related context, a number of civilians whose money was stolen and preferred not to be named, said, "The mercenaries filmed video clips, in which they forced us to say they returned the stolen goods to us."
They also confirmed that "the mercenaries took financial ransoms from them in exchange for the return of livestock at an amount of / 5 / million.