Egyptian Public Prosecution close investigation on AFCON stolen trophy

Egyptian Public Prosecution close investigation on AFCON stolen trophy
Egyptian Public Prosecution close investigation on AFCON stolen trophy

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The Egyptian Public Prosecution have closed their investigation on the stolen Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) trophy from the EFA headquarters.

Former Egyptian Football Association (EFA) vice-president Ahmed Shobier had claimed that the Africa Cup of Nations trophy has disappeared from the EFA’s headquarters.

The EFA had announced that they began investigations into the lost trophies to verify whether they were stolen or lost in the fire and looting of the EFA’s headquarters by Ultras groups in 2013.

The Egyptian Public Prosecution took over the case and put it in the hands of the Public Funds Prosecution.

After over six months of investigation, the Egyptian Public Prosecution have closed the case according to the EFA.

In their statement, the EFA announced that the Public Prosecution came to the conclusion that the trophy wasn’t stolen, but it was rather a mistake in the inventory report from back in 2013.

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