Mahmoud’s alleged killer ‘in danger’

The man accused of the sexual assault and murder of Sydney teenager Mahmoud Hrouk may be placed in protective custody because of the brutal nature of his alleged crimes, a magistrate says.

Ayman Terkmani, 22, was reporting for bail on drug supply offences at Fairfield police station on Thursday afternoon when homicide detectives took him into custody.

They will allege he had something to eat with 16-year-old Mahmoud at Villawood McDonald’s, in the city’s southwest, on a Saturday night two months ago.

That night or in the early hours of May 17, police will allege Terkmani sexually assaulted the teenager, bashed him and left his bloodied and half-naked body in a vacant house on Belmore Street, Fairfield East – walking distance from the Hrouk family home.

The family of the young victim made the distressing discovery on the morning of May 17, after Mahmoud failed to return home and relatives decided to scour local streets.
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