The Islamic State, IS, militants have broken into houses of army officers form Al-Gadadfa tribe in Sirte on Wednesday and evacuated inhabitants and claiming houses’ ownership, Alwasat reported.
The IS militants have evacuated four houses and settled a number of pro-group families after writing “belongs to the state” on the buildings.
The group’s militants have also released a police officer from the tribe on Wednesday, Colonel Ahmad Akhmeej, after “repentance” following a twelve-day capture.
Akhmeej family uncovered that he was captured in a group check point in Sirte.
The group in Sirte received, on Tuesday, 28 fighters from Syria and other African countries to strengthen the group’s grip.