The Houthi militia transported dozens of looted cars from the Abdiya district of Marib governorate to the capital, Sanaa, and began preparing them for use as part of what it describes as “spoils”, with a change in their colors.
Sources close to the Houthi militia said that they transported about 200 looted cars from the Abdiya district in Marib, and other districts in Al-Bayda and Shabwa, to the capital, Sanaa, during the past weeks.
The sources pointed out that the militias have brought in engineers to decode the cars looted from the property of the citizens, and to change their keys and colors, to camouflage the relatives of their true owners.
The sources pointed out that most of the cars belong to the people of the Abdiya district, whose property the militias treat as “spoils” that must be looted and confiscated.
It is noteworthy that the militias launched massive looting campaigns against the residents of the Abdiya district, since its fall last month following bloody battles and a suffocating siege, and arrested more than 500 civilians, according to human rights sources.