Report: two Swiss found dead in Egyptian resort
The couple was found in Hurghada a week after they had disappeared
Authorities have discovered the bodies of a Swiss couple in a villa in a Red Sea resort city in Egypt, the country’s state television website reported Thursday. It says investigators suspect the villa guard.
The website initially reported that they were Swedish.
The Thursday report said the couple was found in Hurghada a week after they disappeared. It said the guard allegedly wanted to take over the villa, without explaining further. Security officials could not be reached and embassies were closed.
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